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Nakayama is in between Narita And Haneda International Airport

中山・下総・散歩道

Observatories in A Walk on Nakayama Shimousa

Mt. Fuji and Tokyo SkytreeTokyo Skytree at night Edogawa River from Satomi Parkviewing from Nogikuen Park
In the areas introduced in this web site 'A Walk on Nakayama Shimousa', people could see Mt. Fuji every fine day even though it woud be seen very small. Recently, Tokyo Skytree had been built and people could see the panoramic views of the Skytree and Mt. Fuji together. Though they could be seen from the banks of Edogawa River, it is very clear to be seen from the observatories on I-linktown Ichikawa and on Townhall Funabori since they are on tall buildings. From these observatories, they could see that Mt. Fuji stands on the left side of Tokyo Skytree. Moreover, at the observatories on Satomi Koen Park opened on the remains of Konodaijo Castle built by Dokan Ota and Nogikuen Park related to the romance 'Nogiku no Haka' written by Sachio Ito, Mt. Fuji and Tokyo Skaytree also could be seen. In addition, according to Edo Meisho Zue (a guide book describing Edo in Edo period), Edojo Castle could be seen from Mamasan Guhoji Temple. Yoritomo Minamoto, the first shogun of Kamakura Bakufu', camped on a hill and it became a shrine called 'Shirahata Jinja Shrine'. Even if Mt. Fuji and Tokyo Skytree could not be seen from them, they have their own wonderful views.
Why don't you visit the observatories?

The Observatories and the Landmarks on Hills

I-linktown Ichikawa

The Observatory on I-linktwon Ichikawa

Mt. Fuji and Tokyo Skytree could be seen together.
Townhall Funabori

The Observatory on Townhall Funabori

Mt. Fuji and Tokyo Skytree could be seen together.

Satomi Koen Park

Satomi Koen Park

The park is a popular spot seeing Sakura, rose and colored leaves.
Nogikuen Park

Nogikuen Park

In spring, many cherry blossoms bloom in.

Mamasan Guhoji Temple

Mamasan Guhoji Temple

It is a popular spot seeing sakura and colored leaves.
* Mt. Fuji and Tokyo Skytree can not be seen from it.
Shirahata Jinja Shrine

Shirahata Jinja Shrine

Some cherry trees blooms along the approach road on the hill.
* Mt. Fuji and Tokyo Skytree can not be seen from it.