Kosugi

Todoroki Park

Todoroki Park

The sports complex contains the Todoroki Stadium, which is the home to the professional soccer team J1 Frontale, an arena, tennis courts, a ball park, a pool, and a football court Todoroki Park also is a suitable place for recreational activities such as watching art exhibits, fishing, and flower viewing.

044-788-2311(Nakahara Ward Office Road and Park Center)
044-722-7722【Facility Reservations】(Todoroki Park Management Office)

Todoroki Ground Iriguchi stop or Todoroki Ground mae stop on the municipal bus or Tokyu Bus from Musashi-Kosugi sta. (JR Nanbu Line or Tokyu Toyoko Line)

1-1 Todoroki, Nakahara-ku   MAP

Athletics Stadium

This is an official stadium for track and field competitions

This is an official stadium for track and field competitions.

Fishing Corner (Pond)

The fishing pond has a capacity to take up to 500 people

The fishing pond has a capacity to take up to 500 people.

044-711-3257

Kawasaki Frontale

Kawasaki Frontale

One of the top professional soccer teams in the J1 League is Kawasaki Frontale. You can see a large number of local fans who are wearing a bright sky blue color jersey to cheer up the players in the stadium.

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The circuit of the hiking tour takes about 3 hours. If you carry your “shikishi (colored paper)” and ask to bear an original red seal of each temple, you will have a “good-fortuned shikishi” at the end of tour!

Seven Gods of Good Fortune Course

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Sumiyoshi Cherry Blossom

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Sumiyoshi Cherry Blossom

About 500 cherry trees in the 2-km path bloom at the best time of the blooming season, from the end of March to the beginning of April each year. A cherry blossom festival is also held during this season.

044-744-3159

Kizuki, Nakahara-ku(Shibukawa riverfront)

Joraku-ji Temple(Manga Temple)

Joraku-ji Temple(Manga Temple)

Know as Kawasaki Manga Temple, the walls and sliding doors of its main hall are decorated with caricature murals.

044-766-5068

4-12-14 Miyauchi, Nakahara-ku   MAP

Nakahara Peace Park

Nakahara Peace Park

This park was opened in 1983 in dedication to everlasting peace. There are bronze statues symbolized as our desire for peace throughout the park. The Nakahara Peace Museum, which is located in the premise of the park, displays photos and records of Kawasaki during World War II and the aftermath. A bomb shelter has been preserved in the museum to experience. The park is also well known for its spectacular place where flowers of some sort are always blooming whatever the season.

044-788-2311(Nakahara Ward Office Road and Park Center)

33-1 Kizuki Sumiyoshi-cho, Nakahara-ku

Kawasaki City Museum

Kawasaki City Museum

Kawasaki City Museum plans each exhibit from a point of view of “City and People” as the basic theme. The collection is comic strips, films, local historic records, and works concerning Katsuzo Entsuba and Shouji Hamada associated with the City of Kawasaki.

044-754-4500

1 Todoroki, Nakahara-ku (inside Todoroki Park)   MAP

www.kawasaki-museum.jp/introduction/

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