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Updated: March 22, 2022
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The Hakoneyama area has a rich history: it once featured a residence of the Owari branch of the Tokugawa clan. Today it is a verdant and beautiful place. In spring, its many cherry trees—mostly of the Yoshino cherry variety—attract crowds of people. The 44.6-meter Mt. Hakone has a fantastic observation point. Visitors can commemorate their trip to the top by picking up a certificate from the park's service center.
Despite its central, urban location, Toyama Park overflows with greenery. It offers play facilities in its "Children's Square" and "Athletic Square." People of all ages enjoy coming here for a walk, a picnic, or just a change of pace.
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