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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Tenpaku Park Nagoya


Tenpaku Park (Tenpaku Koen) is a large public space a short walk up the hill from Hara Station on the Tsurumai Line of the Nagoya subway.

Tenpaku Park is one of the many large public parks in Nagoya city.

Tenpaku Park Nagoya Aichi

Tenpaku has an open BBQ area ("Day Camp") with brick and metal barbecue pits, which draws a large number of visitors especially on weekends and national holidays. A reservation is necessary and there is a small fee.

Nearby is a large children's park with a mega-slide, swings and climbing frames. The rest of Tenpaku Park is taken up with a large lake, small streams and lawns.

BBQ Pits Tenpaku Park Nagoya

There is also a couple of spacious gravel areas for kids and older youths to practice ball games, mainly soccer and baseball.

Nakayama Shrine is located in some wooden hills within Tenpaku Koen.

By bus take a service heading for Hirabari Minami Jutaku from Hara Station.

Roller Slide Tenpaku Park Nagoya

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