Nakanoshima Park, Kisarazu

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Nakanoshima Park is located in Kisarazu. Nakanoshima Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Kisarazu Edition.
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  • August 10, 2017
    Want to try across the distinctive pedestrian bridge came to Kisarazu cat's eye, photography, I stopped by. Also during the week is relatively quiet. A shutter while and blah. Across the lawn Park. Slide one and only bench, is a quiet place. I'm so deep at the entrance of bustling during the season. Watching the ships pass by vaguely, very comfortable.
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  • July 9, 2017
    The walk to Kisarazu station was otherwise engaged. Clam digging time was not because people do not. It is not a place seems to go and repeat.
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  • June 29, 2017
    I went for two days, you might want to travel halfway across the peninsula on the boso peninsula and down the Aqua Kisarazu gold field, IC spring drive was almost along the way. Because in the wood Kisarazu from here go clamming in the island in the popular Park was hit. It is like a gateway to go clamming in the island and the bridge say the Park parking lot (# 50) toilet, changed. 28 week 9:30 was sightseeing tourists in a car with 4-is about five came during the 30-minute. The suspect came to see the odd-shaped bridge. It will not go in all the way. But clamming is another. I'm busy on weekends and holidays. I thought it was good fishing place. Duration 30 minutes
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For scenic views and easy access to shellfish gathering, stay at a hotel or rental along the Kisarazu coast. Though the city's lodging options mostly consist of standard hotels and cozy apartments, a few more luxurious rentals make their way into the mix. If interested in staying farther downtown in this port city, you have a number of options there, though most of the city's cultural activity happens along the water.
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