Numazu Flood Gate Observation Deck View-O, Numazu

Numazu Flood Gate Observation Deck View-O is located in Numazu. Work out when and for how long to visit Numazu Flood Gate Observation Deck View-O and other Numazu attractions using our handy Numazu trip itinerary planning site .
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  • September 16, 2017
    Numazu port close to go and here there was something and I looked up. Now you should understand the parking lot is a vacant Park next to the tomeremasu. Entrance fee is cheap and, weather permitting from the floor of the future is overlooking Mt. Fuji. (Unfortunately it was cloudy and I cannot) and can see through glass machinery to open and close sluice gates and can be enjoyed outside in.
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  • September 11, 2017
    GS employees, said "Numazu port recommendations seem to be the time of hotel check-in went to crush. Earth views from the 30 m. Hyokkori hyôtan-jima became the island seemed.
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  • August 13, 2017
    Has an elevator! From up there you can see the port and the city. Near there is enough seafood restaurant, all very good! Parking is easily accessible.
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