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Kairakuen Park, Mito
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Take a pleasant stroll through Kairakuen Park, a large Japanese garden offering some natural relief from the urbane surroundings. Considered one of the three great gardens of Japan, the park's name translates as "a park to be enjoyed together," indicative of the fact that it was, unlike the other two, always designed to be enjoyed by the local populace. Opened in 1841, the gardens display white, pink, and red plum blossom trees, a bamboo grove, cedar wood, and a traditional Japanese building in the center. See Kairakuen Park and all Mito has to offer by arranging your trip with our Mito vacation builder.
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  • Plum is famous, but summer was a normal Park. It's a big park. The plum season would like to come again.
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  • This koen is not nearly up to the standards of the koens in Okayama or Kanazawa. The claim to fame is when the plum blossoms in the Spring. Walking is doable from the JR station and a taxi out to the ...  more »
  • 簡單說,花季以外沒什麼好看的,雖然整個園子給人的感覺很悠閒。 不過看不到什麼,加上離JR車站有點距離, 還是在花季時來會比較好。 夏天的話除了一片綠好像也沒有太驚喜的東西。