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Parks & nature in Taito City

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“ Ueno Park, a famous cherry blossom spot in Tokyo. Shinobazuike is a popular spot where you can feel nature in the city center, with lots of water birds such as ducks, and lotus flowers in summer. The Starbucks Coffee concept store in the park, one of the few in the country, is also recommended.”
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“Very nice for walking and jogging. NIce to watch cherry blossom along the river side in Spring.”
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Lake
“"Shinobazunoike(不忍池)"is a quiet pond in a spacious green park known as lotus, boat, migratory bird.”
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Park
“'Ueno-Onshi-Park' Also called "Ueno no Mori", it is also called "mountain of Ueno" because the park is located on the tongue-shaped plateau "Uenodai" at the end of Musashino-dai.”
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“Ueno Park is a large public park next to Ueno Station in central Tokyo. Tokyo's most popular and lively cherry blossom spots with more than 1000 cherry trees lining its central pathway. ”
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“Many of the tombs are elaborately decorated and nicely landscaped. Paths are well kept and wide, presenting a good trail for a tranquil stroll. ”
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Park
“Yasuda garden. Some of the so-succeeded former daimyo residences have been maintained and passed under the fires of war, and opened to the public as Tokyo Metropolitan property or run by the Ward like Kyu-Yasuda Teien (the former Yasuda garden). ”
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River
“Sumida River park is famous for its cherry blossoms. On a clear day it is ideal for a walk.”
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“Former zaibatsu, the former residence of the Iwasaki family who moved the aggressive era of Japan. I can know the history of Japanese architecture. Occasionally the orchestra performances are performed in the hall. There is also a large garden. You can feel the atmosphere like the time slipping in Taisho era. 日本の激動の時代を動かした旧財閥、岩崎家の旧邸。日本の建築の歴史を知ることができる。館内では時折、管弦楽器演奏会なども行われたりする。広い庭もあり。大正時代にタイムスリップしたような雰囲気”
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“A park with a memorial hall that displays memorial sites, memorial monuments and materials on the Great Kanto Earthquake that brought about enormous damage and air raids during the Second World War.”
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“A large public park in central Tokyo.Big Zoo, beautiful Shinobaz pond, national museum, art museum, science museum and great cherry blossom season in Spring. Access: Nippori stn(Yamanote line)-Ueno stn.”
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“In Kiwa Irie’s Tasogare Takako, the main character—a 45-year-old divorcée named Takako—spends a lot of time here walking around at night drinking canned beer. This is a long stretch of riverside space where common folk would rest and relax during the Edo period. Now you can see buildings like the Tokyo Skytree from here. If it’s not too cold, I recommend grabbing food and drinks—maybe from a nearby convenience store for the real downtown experience—and coming out here for night picnicking. This is an especially popular cherry blossom viewing spot—at that time of year, show up early, because it gets crowded quickly.”
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“Park along the Sumida River, where the sky tree looks better. Cherry blossoms blossom all at once in spring, famous as one of the most famous places in the city. In addition, fireworks festival is held in the summer, and both can enjoy collaboration with Sky Tree.”
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