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Ushiku Nature Sanctuary, Ushiku

(3.3/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • Trees grow square was used in the free tree growth experience as was paid. 0-year-old child over at ¥ 300 3 hours can be used. 1, 4 and 6-year-old child who thought and honest high ¥ 1,500 at the guardian two. Increasing number of wooden playground equipment was good, but play much longer with infants. Had the re-entry OK on the familiar user?, I'm preparing lunch. Half time from a private facility fee is for a long time, cheap, and fee are adult 100 yen, children £ 50 and feel free to "come back here again." and true.
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  • Ushiku-Shi station is in its own way most shops are quite natural if you deviate from the Centre. Sanctuary Woods, takes about 30 minutes by car from ushiku station, rural roads are how and why he and space remaining forests exist. Voices of animals during the 1 hour's time plants and birds, the atmosphere can be enjoyed.
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  • I went there a lot of wooden toys. The children happily because there is a 10-minute walk from the parking lot of the autumn, walking barefoot up the leaves. Where are wooden toys 3 hour 300 yen in pay, it is children free 0-year-old. Building blocks, play house set and fishing. There are soccer games, children enjoyed. I did not explore the forest because it was cold, so I want to go to the warm season.
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