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Omori Furusato no Hamabe Koen, Ota

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  • It is quite incomprehensible, and not including parking, are basically vehicles such as accessible. Disadvantages it Hermanus purple flowers in full bloom, undeniable sense of artificial beaches and tidal flats and fishing spot. Not recommended.
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  • This Beach Park near the water. Some unusual designs there-just a few "houses", to hide in the shadows, a million small shops along the perimeter and sand with water in unlimited quantities:)
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  • Heiwajima Keikyu Omori-Cho station would be about a 15-minute walk from either or. Walking through the home city, and in such a place? And I think the Park. Plenty of shallow artificial beaches where so many children were swimming. Sea or washed up seaweed, or by floating in shallow water, or swim, pretty invisible, but here was quite beautiful. Bench also has a beach, on a sandy beach is grassy, so absent in them. Care has been so-so, and wardens. Roughly as far, however, no lockers, food and beverage outlets, maybe even the vending machine didn't. Water down the sand. I don't know what sells there was so open and only holiday. That was posting pictures of ice cream. This Park is pretty big, the sea area was well outside. The long slide is famous. Special sea swim, but what's there is not there in the 23 wards of little kids not outing, I, what is not good?
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