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Mikasa Park, Yokosuka

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.2/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
Head down to Mikasa Park, a waterfront park rich with numerous sites related to the country's maritime heritage. With the U.S. naval base and harbor located right beside it, the park also houses a decommissioned battleship, now functioning as a naval museum. Elsewhere, a ferry terminal runs trips to an island offshore, and a dominant, strikingly designed arch stands as a symbol of peace and unity. In addition to the cultural highlights here, there's also plenty of space for the more traditional park features, such as grass, trees, and flowers. With our online itinerary creator, Yokosuka attractions like Mikasa Park can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • The Park is quite large. Hot days are good. Battleship is highlights. Within walking distance from or Yokosuka Chuo and the soon dobu.
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  • And active in the country's history, in the most important battle of the credited his praise Memorial ship, permanently stored there 3 ships in the world ". The Mikasa "Constitution" of the "victory" of the United Kingdom Navy and United States Navy and Japan Navy. You can now observe in the quay next to the Yokosuka naval base in Yokosuka. Seems to be made from the inside than from the outside, but is surprised the Auditorium Concert Hall Recital Hall about the size of. Was very spacious interior introduced short films, such as the exhibition hall and "Mikasa" in, but was not familiar with the history. I think I have a volunteer tour guide service per hour, so let's join next time.
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  • In just a few decades in Russia and even the flagship of the battle of the Japan Sea 渡ri合tta more. 1 voice of Admiral Nimitz revived fine was out of use after the second world war. Now has become our place as a Memorial ship. A park located in the entrance of the general public on the U.S. naval base in Japan, along with observation and good!
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  • Great to take the family. Many festivals happen here.Great view of the water.
  • Nice place to spend the afternoon. There is also an old warship if you feel like exploring.
  • Awesome historic park with the actual ship built as a museum!
  • Nice park with view of Tokyo bay
  • Beautiful scenery.
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