Kishine Park

Attraction 725-1 Kishinecho Kohoku-ku, Yokohama 222-0034, Kanagawa Prefecture Published on: 27-02-2016

1 hour
06:00 AM - 05:00 PM
08:00 AM
09:00 AM
First-time visit
Attraction
Family
Nature
Outdoor
Park
Must see
Kids
Free
0.00 USD

Kishine Park is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Kishine Park (岸根公園) is located at Yokohama. It is one of the popular Hanami Spots in Yokohama. There is a large play ground for sports and family activities.

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Why Kishine Park is special ?

Kishine Park (岸根公園) is located at Yokohama. It is one of the popular Hanami Spots in Yokohama. There is a large play ground for sports and family activities. It was used to be US military base, and in 1972, it returned as a park. There is base ball field and martial arts gym.


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How to get to Kishine Park?

0. at Yokohama Station.

1. use Yokohama Blue line to Kishinekoen (9 min.)

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Duration
2.0 days
Estimated
134.30 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
13 places

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725-1 Kishinecho Kohoku-ku, Yokohama 222-0034, Kanagawa Prefecture

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I might be the only one writing a review in English, since all I saw were in Japanese. Anyway, the park is not a tourist spot or a hidden gem. It is just behind Kishine subway station. A safe and big park, with drinking fountains, large sandpit area for children and big playground. The equipment in the playground is not brand new or plastic like most in Singapore, but it gives a retro feel and maintained well. People come here to exercise in the mornings, mothers bring their children to pay here, students come to jog, etc... It really gives you a peek into the everyday life of Japanese. Coming to food (Singaporean's favourite topic), there is a Danny's (extinct in Singapore for now), Lawson's (Japanese "combini", a version of 7-11), a gym and indoor swimming pool next door and a station away from Shin-Yokohama station. If you happen to be in Shin-Yokohama, and want to get away from the hustle and bustle of Shin-Yokohama, take the subway to the next stop.

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