This area where JR Nambu Line and Tokyu Denentoshi Line intersect is the second major commercial area in Kawasaki. Anchored by the modern commercial building NOCTY, it is full of young shoppers. Home to a wide array of retail stores, including shops along the local shopping promenade, this area offers merchandises from upscale fashion to daily goods. In addition of being a shopping heaven, this area also boasts a great number of gourmet restaurants.
KSP is an urban science park where R&D enterprises are created, nurtured, come together, and interact. It contains a hotel, conference rooms, and research facilities.
Kawasaki City Incorporation Commemorative Tamagawa Fireworks Display
This event was first held at Rokugo Bridge to celebrate the kawa-biraki (time for people to enjoy the cool evening breezes by the river during hot summer season), but is now held on the riverbed downstream of the Futago Bridge. It has become a feature event of summer, attracting nearly 400,000 spectators to Tamagawa River each year to watch the fireworks display.
Tamagawa riverbed, Suwa, Takatsu-ku
The facility designed for both adults and children was built on the site of the old Saginuma Pool. It features Frontown Saginuma, the largest futsal facility in the Kanto area. The Saginuma Play Park is located where the pool once was, and still retains remnants of the pool. Tsuchihashi Elementary school and Saginuma Nagomi Daycare Center are also a part of Kappark Saginuma.
This is an all-weather indoor ski and snowboard slope within walking distance from the train station, equipped with a half pipe and jump stage.Lessons, events, and rentals are available.
A more than 150-year old forest of Quercus myrsinaefolia in the park has been designated as a natural heritage of the prefecture. There is also wet-land park in addition to other historical sites. Visitors will enjoy flowers, including cherry blossom, hydrangea, and Japanese bush clover, and events throughout the year.
Yogo-ji Temple is the oldest temple in Kawasaki. Its long history is evidenced in the 28-meter tall gingko tree with a circumference measuring 8 meters standing in the temple compound. This tree has been estimated to be 600 years old and has been voted one of the “100 immortal trees in Kanagawa Prefecture.”
In Edo period, this trail began from the Akasaka Gate of the Imperial Palace, across Tamagawa River, through Futago/Mizonokuchi, and reached Isehara and beyond.
This museum exhibits historic and folkloric records related to Futago/Mizonokuchi Post Station, which was located on Yagurazawa Road (Oyama Road), a branch Road during the Edo period.