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Nakamura Park Nagoya
Nakamura Park (Nakamura Koen) in Nagoya is built around Toyokuni Shrine dedicated to Hideyoshi Toyotomi.
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Heiwa Koen Peace Park Nagoya
Heiwa Koen: read a guide to Heiwa Koen (Peace Park) a large cemetery and expanse of green space in western Nagoya.
Nagoya Parks & Gardens
Nagoya Parks & Gardens: read guides to the many parks and gardens in and around Nagoya including Tokugawa Garden and Higashiyama Koen.
Tokugawa Garden (Tokugawa-en): read a guide to the beautiful Tokugawa Garden near the Tokugawa Art Museum in Nagoya.
Shonai Ryokuchi Koen Nagoya
Shonai Ryokuchi Koen in the west of the city is one of Nagoya's largest parks. Shonai Ryokuchi Park's large lake is a popular location for summer picnics.
Ninomaru Garden Nagoya Castle
Ninomaru Garden Nagoya Castle 二之丸庭園 - The lovely Ninomaru Garden in the grounds of Nagoya Castle in Nagoya, central Japan, is a traditional Japanese strolling garden.
Shirotori Garden Nagoya Near Atsuta Shrine
Shirotori Garden Nagoya is a lovely contemporary but traditional garden in Nagoya near the Nagoya Conference Center and Atsuta Shrine.
Tsurumai Park Nagoya
Tsurumai Park Nagoya: Tsurumai Koen is a large and ornamental park in Nagoya famous for its cherry blossom. The park has a number of public monuments.
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