Kashiwa (柏市, Kashiwa-shi) is a city located in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. As of December 1, 2015, the city had an estimated population of 411,602, and a population density of 3,590 persons per km. The total area is 114.72 square kilometres (44.29 sq mi).
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4 based on 79 reviews
A very beautiful park where you can experience the best of Nature. Every season it offers a wonderful scenic beauty. It has the famous Rose Garden with a variety of roses. Worth a watch just before Summer. Autumn too has its charms and in winter the snow clad parts are beautiful too.
4 based on 100 reviews
I went yesterday,a weekday.The hydrangeas are at their peak.The ones in full sun were slightly past their peak.
The irises were completely finished.
It is off the beaten track and there weren't many people.I was the only Westerner.
I saw the hydrangeas at Hakone today and I prefer Hondoji.
There are a lot of maples so it is probably nice in autumn too.
The nearest station is Kita-Kogane (JR).
4 based on 35 reviews
The junction for the Tobu urban park line and Tsukuba express line.
The shopping center is large and very clean. Its an enjoyable place for a dayout shopping and enjoy a movie. It is a large shopping center, with plenty to see and do, and sometimes offer interactive activities for those young and old.
Just 2 stops away from Kashiwa on the Tobu Urban park line.
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I come to this park only for the fireworks in July. Get there early, like the day before to claim a spot. This is the best place to view the fireworks. There are bike trails and lots of ducks and swans. Good place to have a picnic too. Great for families with small kids and joggers. Enjoy.
4 based on 53 reviews
If you are feeling adventurous and need some change from all the traditional Japanese Gardens, hanami parties, etc. - Akebonoyama Park's tulip garden is something worth seeing, especially during the Tulip Festival (makes things a bit livelier). There's not much more there to see for a tourist, apart from a nice temple, but it is nice if you want to spend some time breathing fresher air and relaxing.
All in all it is a nice half day's trip from Tokyo. Especially for families (picnic and 'agriculture') and couples (romantic flowers and cute photo opportunities). One thing to have in mind, though: if you don't have a car, you'll have to ride a bus from the train station (they accept pasmo/suica) and there's going to be a crowd on the bus during the best season.
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4.5 based on 28 reviews
A hidden diamond this!!! A spectacular house and Gardens with a guided tour given in English by a personable chappie who was more than capable of answering all questions we posed. The grounds are magnificent and the residence itself is truely spectacular. Well worth viewing!!ll
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