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Semba Boadwalk, Mito
(4.2/5 based on 150 reviews on the web)
Enjoy a variety of outdoor activities at Semba Boadwalk, such as jogging or cycling. Established in proximity of the city, the park has a path that encircles Senba Lake--the central focus of the park. This organized path easily lends itself to leisurely strolls, cycling, and running. Take a break for tea or a meal at the nearby cafe and enjoy the surrounding views, filled with nature and the majestic swans paddling in the lake. See Semba Boadwalk and all Mito has to offer by arranging your trip with our Mito family vacation planner.
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  • Senba Lake at the Naka River on the north side of the Mito Castle in the military sphere, and become a natural moat, Mito Castle defense on an important role in that role. Senba Lake is also present and people living close and resulted in "bizen Hori *" by the year drought had been afflicted by Seongnam in the water.
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  • So 3 km around the Lake Marathon and Wan-Chan's is there to walk. City fun Park is Lake spot. Thank goodness. Tasty bread, a children's playground. In the spring of more birds are swans, black ducks, duck and whatnot. Wary mother approaching spawning season and threatened and scared. But see her again too many birds, fun.
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  • Don't you go around the Lake are crowded with joggers and people to cycling from is from the (as I didn't see the whole thing) and too much detail might not, but at least there is Museum of art. The following bike slowly around and want to.
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