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Umihotaru, Kisarazu

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Umihotaru represents an artificial island linking Kawasaki and Kisarazu, with a rest area offering a variety of restaurants, cafes, shops, and amusement facilities that can keep visitors occupied for quite some time. Sunny weather ensures expansive views of the surroundings, while a tunnel below the water displays a 14 m (46 ft) semi-circular blade used in the construction of this engineering marvel. Plan your visit to Umihotaru and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Kisarazu tour planner.
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518 reviews
  • August 13, 2017
    It was very crowded and the parking lot. Even those who overwhelmed was. But it was a comfortable wonderful views of the sea.
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  • August 1, 2017
    We talked for the first time. Are excellent places to eat. Good Vantage. When I was to leave, but a vacant parking lot at around 11 pm almost did not break, pretty crowded. It is not at the time of the touch.
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  • July 30, 2017
    Not allowed to shop in the area dedicated to dogs. In takeout big I thought I ate the takoyaki, but kinda expensive, but very well, was surprised.
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Where to stay in Kisarazu

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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