Hikarigaoka Park, Nerima

4.2
#45 of 375 in Parks in Tokyo
#Nature / Park, #Must See
Hikarigaoka Park is located in Nerima. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Tokyo holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Hikarigaoka Park and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • I went for the first time, but was surprised the staff. Went around the grass square, but without lawn shade tree near Earth and pulled the sheet because the wood chips that are very efficient, especially no other lunch picnic. Because the weather is nice, but it was on the sheet and food away dust, dirt, wood chips are on a roll, was not hygienic. And lawn more if you do not, so it was also okay?. I thought the parking is high.
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  • Light Hill Park perimeter road is traveling frequently parking wardens. Road on the East side and South side of the Park is particularly important. It is recommended that parking here on weekends and holidays, North-East part of the Park Road will parking be. Parking areas are available in auxiliary signs for no parking signs.
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  • Light Hill Park is ideal for sports, baseball field, tennis courts, track and field, and. There is also a park event takes place that many, many people.
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  • 270 million years old species. Wonderful! Very active park. Music, roller skating, cycling... Great time for kids too
  • I go jogging here most weekends. It's great for running. Around the perimeter of the park is about 2 km. There is a track, baseball fields and a playground for children.
  • Allways great fun at the weekend
  • Greenest area in Tokyo
  • Wong leaves of Ginkgo biloba fine comes in the fall. This light looks was major origin of the Nerima daikon I Hill region. That field was in Army Air Corps during World War I, it was called narimasu airfield. (It was also referred to Takamatsu airport entrance had to Takamatsu) during World War II is not only the Wako now also has military bases and facilities, in Wako-Shi momote airfield for air force reserve base ( But the old place names was momote peach hand and because two of the 100 hands, the details are unknown) was, but here was that sortie base from this base. Until 0/1975 will be returned to Japan after World War II, military facilities and bases and over to the U.S. military, Wako-Shi momote airfield with the residential area in the us, known as the Grand heights. However, confusingly, known as pre-war narimasu airfield and the Takamatsu airport, after the war had called two grand heights and grant heights. Who can read the signs of English Grand Army in English derived from ground force that is named after grant became President after Lincoln's grant is a hero of the American civil war, but did not? Elsewhere on the Hill is from route 254 in the sign! After the return, as a square is open for a short while, was all over the lawn.
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