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Kikko Park

Yokoyama, Iwakuni 741-0081, Yamaguchi Prefecture
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Visit the Temple and Feed the Fish

Park is large and nice to walk around. It doesn't explicitly forbid bringing dogs and I saw a few... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2017
Traveling_Diaspora
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Iwakuni, Japan
Park Across Kintai Bridge

After crossing the Kintai Bridge, visitors will enter Kikko Park. The park features water... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
Corihi
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Honolulu, Hawaii
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  • Very good52%
  • Average25%
  • Poor1%
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Yokoyama, Iwakuni 741-0081, Yamaguchi Prefecture
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Reviewed 1 July 2017

Park is large and nice to walk around. It doesn't explicitly forbid bringing dogs and I saw a few locals walking around dogs, so dogs must be allowed. The Shinto temple is a nice garden, and for some reason, I like to pay a visit...More

Thank Traveling_Diaspora
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

After crossing the Kintai Bridge, visitors will enter Kikko Park. The park features water fountains, plants, museums, samurai residences, and statues. The most famous statue is of swordsman Kojiro Sasaki who was involved in a legendary duel. Unfortunately, we visited on a cold, rainy day,...More

Thank Corihi
Reviewed 21 April 2017 via mobile

There are many snack in small kiosks at the entrance, play ground for children. Small artificial rivers and lakes and fountains. There are big fishes in the rivers different colors, many interesting plants. Good place to walk before you go up to Samuray Castle!

Thank Анна В
Reviewed 5 March 2017

So much of Japan history and architecture packed into a rather small area. Spend a few hours here if you have the time.

Thank beemarcus
Reviewed 4 March 2017

This park was just an ordinary park. But it was free and so close to the bridge. It was no harm to pay a visit when you happened to visit the bridge.

Thank hugomember
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Numerous things to see and interesting place to visit. Flower Gardens, Water Fountain and Wading Pool, Couple Restaurants, Food Venders; Soft Cream, Soda, etc.

Thank gilmorewa
Reviewed 25 September 2016

Very nice park on the way from the Kintai Bridge to the Iwakuni Castle.fountains,shrine,museums everything is in the park.Moreover there are restaurants and cafe to take a rest .Enjoy!

Thank GAIDA2014
Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

With so many beautiful corners of the park tucked away, you may need to visit multiple times to take it all in. Beautiful in all seasons. Great place to take photos, let the kids run, enjoy being closer with nature and interact with the locals.

Thank Boltx4
Reviewed 12 July 2016

Our family spends quite a lot of time here. There's beautiful landscaping and scenic spots, fountains for the kids to play and collect tadpoles in when it's hot, and open spaces for games. Parking and restrooms are available and there are vending machines at the...More

Thank KCLaRaia
Reviewed 26 June 2016

Really enjoyed wandering through here after the bridge and on the way to the castle. Nice gardens and architecture.

Thank marlaher
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