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Kodokan Park, Mito

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  • September 5, 2017
    It is a historic building built in the Edo period learn royalism expulsion of foreigners and the austerity. Admission is 200 yen, made watching the building, Mito Tengu party and various raw party disputes is giving great impact. Parking lot is small. Fee is 1000 yen was incidentally Ohta Nishiyama Chuang is a facility of the Mito Tokugawa family related, but not in the building.
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  • September 3, 2017
    I thought place and really laid the Foundation for the modernization of Japan. I felt it was building spread restoration Patriots during Japan effects of school here. Up left the Boulevard from the station located at the entrance of the Kodokan there turned to the right, ran into the elementary school in burnt in air raids (Ging uphill) to Mito, then revived Ginkgo tree next to the right and go up the back side. In the splendid main gate and has carved a vivid history. Say miraculous survivors ' Mito raids ahead of time, and that left damage in the Kodokan 0/2014 East Japan quake, now due to their work, and thus, feel the history that can really appreciate it. We are early in the morning so much time now, relatively few people and leaving the building by the time many people consists of has been.
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  • September 2, 2017
    Plum passed Park here to go after visiting the kairakuen in the Kodokan. Took a walk while watching the plums, plum tree in the Park is in full bloom. Interesting in Kashima Jingu Shrine, or student wake-up call, just by walking. Unusual octagonal building in Bagua, and Hiromichi what's in is Hiromichi Kan ki wrote the spirit of h. Hall beginning Stone Temple is. In the Showa era after World War II, while defending the Hiromichi Museum chronicles monument in Bagua is burnt, 0/1953 restoration. Bagua is affected in East Japan earthquake. I'm broke the lower half of the above monument had remained in the air raid. Major repairs of was displayed as a photo gallery.
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  • March 6, 2017
    Was visited at night, Plum, and Festival so not allowed inside the plum blossoms are beautiful. Mercury lamps used to light up the photos are bad green reflects.
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  • April 24, 2017
    It is a park access is good and excellent.
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  • July 26, 2016
    It is Park better transport links, feel free to walk.
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Where to stay in Mito

Within a ten-minute walking radius of Mito's major train station, visitors will find almost all of the capital's accommodation options. From low-cost rooms to four-star, Western-style luxury, pick what suits your budget and step out into the center of the capital. For less urban scenery, jump a few blocks to the nearby Senba Lake and select one of the handful of hotels offering views of the water. Flower festival season in August sees a rise in Mito's tourism, so book early to get your first choice.
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