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Sengenyama Park

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Address: 5-chome, Wakamatsucho, Fuchu 183-0005, Tokyo Prefecture
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+81 42-361-6861

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Local Shinto Shrine which enshrine Mt. Fuji

There is a tiny shrine in Mt, Sengen Park. "Sengen" means enshrining Mt. Fuji which is well known as the highest mountain in Japan. So on the top of the park, we can see Mt... read more

Reviewed 2 January 2017
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Fuchu, Japan
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Reviewed 2 January 2017

There is a tiny shrine in Mt, Sengen Park. "Sengen" means enshrining Mt. Fuji which is well known as the highest mountain in Japan. So on the top of the park, we can see Mt. Fuji whenever it is fine weather. The shrine is at the top of the hill at 79 meters elevation, and the hight from its bottom... More 

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