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Kaikoen Garden

311 Tei, Komoro 384-0804, Nagano Prefecture
+81 267-22-0296
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Lovely Cherry Blossom Park!

Came all the way from Tokyo to Komoro just to see cherry blossom as read about this park is 1 of... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2017
cooblue
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Singapore, Singapore
Beautiful place to catch sakura in full bllom

We made a deliberate detour here enroute to Toyama with careful planning, in the hope of catching... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
Karen C
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Singapore, null, Singapore
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311 Tei, Komoro 384-0804, Nagano Prefecture
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+81 267-22-0296
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Reviewed 7 May 2017

Came all the way from Tokyo to Komoro just to see cherry blossom as read about this park is 1 of the top 100 cherry blossom spots. Took bullet train from Tokyo to Sakudaira & change to local train to Komoro. It's on the left...More

Thank cooblue
Reviewed 3 May 2017

We made a deliberate detour here enroute to Toyama with careful planning, in the hope of catching the sakuras in full bloom. We were not disappointed and were duly rewarded with a beautiful sight! A lovely place to spend some time for a leisurely walk...More

Thank Karen C
Reviewed 19 November 2016

Taking a train from Tokyo one has to reach Sakudaira by Bullet Train 2 hours and then a local to Komoro by a romantic small train journey 45 mts and a walk of 15 mts brings you to this paradise in autumn .The play of...More

Thank pilgrim_gsa
Reviewed 17 April 2016 via mobile

A 24-minute Shinano train ride from Karuizawa then a 3-minute walk. Exit Komoro Station, walk to the left then take the underground passage. It costs 300 yen during the day but seems to be free at night during the annual Sakura Festival (桜まつり), with lanterns...More

Thank redeyeblues
Reviewed 31 March 2016

Made the mistake of going to the zoo. This is definitely one to avoid if you are an animal lover. Many of the animals looked seriously ill and poorly cared for.. They were in isolated concrete enclosures. The worst was a bear in a small...More

Thank Rekha K
Reviewed 26 October 2015

Visited many times in all seasons and always enchanted by the ancient stone walls, towering trees and distant views of the Chikumagawa river. Only the remains of the old stone walls and a classic gate are standing but it's enough to feel the presence of...More

Thank Prentiss P
Reviewed 12 February 2015

As a lover of ruins of Japanese castles, I could enjoy this garden. Ruins of Komoro Castle has no buildings, but the stone walls brought some images of Sengoku era scenes. When I visited this garden on the 30th of December, residual snow remained here...More

Thank Tokugawa_Ieyasu
Reviewed 7 September 2013

A great place to visit with young kids and a lovely walk adjoining small theme park for kids and a zoo. A good day out to kids active and enjoy the nature around

Thank 33honeypotbear
Reviewed 8 April 2012

One of best places to visit near Saku. Beautiful gardens, small zoo with beautiful animals. There is even arch shooting done in a very traditional way. Excellent place to come for a romantic tour or with young children.

Thank Pierrebuet
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