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Skyward Asahi, Owariasahi

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  • Skywards Asahi will visit excursions, biking, picnic, dating, cherry blossom viewing etc etc many times since ancient times. From the observation room overlooking the pretty extensively Sakae, Ichinomiya station. Cherry blossoms and fall foliage seasons events are also held. Head of Cosmos in beautiful full bloom in the field. Fields are lit up at night. In the Park taking shoots from old or hide and seek fun memories. It would be nice to learn local history in Hakusan Castle, I think that places children and adults to enjoy!! ︎
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  • The Observatory was free. Building was quite packed with retro feel old. Quite high up so staff were very helpful. It happens because of the events of the tea or crowded.
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  • Up the hill from the East side of the Park, with it's confusing. Walking guide signs, but not with mark at the entrance to the grassy place, suddenly appear stairs. Along the way are also grave, there are mosquitoes in the bamboo grove. Skywards is so-so. I think it looks distant mountains in owariasahi-Shi 360-degree look, perhaps on a sunny day. Room on the 3rd floor is thought should never go. See history of owariasahi-Shi. There is truth in owariasahi-Yayoi period and Kofun period pottery places, ruins of the Nara period, and was surprised. Brochure where you can get free, owariasahi-Shi's historical attractions are listed. This information is obtained on the net. The locals come to go.
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