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Fukidashi Park, Kyogoku-cho

Fukidashi Park is located in Kyogoku-cho. Plan to visit Fukidashi Park during your Kyogoku-cho vacation using our convenient Kyogoku-cho trip builder .
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  • When you go down the stairs from the station of the road, the famous water springs out, and there is a park where green is beautiful and pleasant. All the famous water which spouted vigorously was drawn to the tank.
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  • It is a park adjacent to the road station in Kyogoku-cho. It is accessible from either parking lot or the station side of the park. The spring water from Mt. Yotei is flowing, and you can actually drink it, draw it, and take it home. (Containers were sold for takeaways at the shop) It was cold and delicious water even in summer.
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  • Bring your own water containers so you can drink from a real freshwater spring. Beautiful autumn foliage if you get the chance to see it. Our guide says it's like a spot of Kyoto in Hokkaido, and I agree with him. The place is serene. Not a temple by any means, but it does have the feel of Kyoto. They sell coffee there, since the water is so tasty.
  • Beautiful and tranquil park, especially when covered with snow and nearly no other tourists after heavy snows. A place that truly touches your spirit.
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