Updated: November 07, 2018
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Area Guide Of Tachikawa, Tokyo

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If you are looking for things to do in Tachikawa Tokyo, here are three things that might be of interest.

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Showa Kinen Park 国営昭和記念公園

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Call this one the unmissable sightseeing spot of Tachikawa. The Showa Kinen Park is one of the vastest green areas of Tokyo. The park is divided into distinct sections. For the most part, the landscaping is more European in style, but it also has a traditional Japanese garden section. Showa Kinen Park is a popular place for kids to play. There is an area with lots of games for children.

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Adults over 15 y.o.: ¥450;
Over 65 y.o.: ¥210;
Children have free admission

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March - October: from 9:30 - 17:00;
November - February: 9:30 - 16:30;
April - September: 9:30 - 18:00

Ramen Square

There is this thing called Ramen Square that every ramen fan should know about. It is a collection of some of the best ramen restaurants in Tokyo, battling it out in one place. Go in ramen square, walk around it once and choose the ramen that tickles your fancy is the way to go about. Ramen Square is located on the third floor of the AreAreA2 building near the Tachikawa Station's South Exit. Once you step in, you'll notice that the whole floor is a NY Times Square-themed ramen food court!

Azusamiten: Shrine For Lost Cats

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Azusamiten Jinja 阿豆佐味天神社 is this interesting Shinto Shrine in Tachikawa that is dedicated to cats that have lost their homes. People go there to pray for their safe return. The shrine that was established in the year 892 has some cute cat statues on its premises. It is located north of the Showa Kinen Park.

Location: 4-1-1 Sunagawacho, Tachikawa, Tokyo
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