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Utsunomiya Tower, Utsunomiya

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  • You can see even from outside of the Park is located in hachimanyama Park. I saw at the time headed north through the streets of the West side of the capital. It was a form similar to the Tower of red and white tower.
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  • I have been to this park several times. Its a nice big park with lots of stuff to do and places to sit down and rest. The tower is good, has an observation deck and some facilities around it.  more »
  • Cherry blossom season opening stalls, crowded with blossoms. Cars can also special parking, so you don't have good breakfast great. Tower lit up in pink and feel sexy.
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Where to stay in Utsunomiya

Concentrated around the city's central station, Utsunomiya's vast selection of hotels ranges from business to luxury stays. Major chain hotels offer affordable rooms, benefiting from central downtown locations and great transport links via subway, bus, or pedestrian bridge.

Most of the major landmarks lie within walking distance from this hotel cluster, allowing you to finish your included breakfast and step straight out to explore the provincial capital.
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