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鞍ヶ池公園 KURAGA-IKE Park
Japan

This park is a place of the rest of the region in the park in Aichi Prefecture Toyota City. Geographical features, it is composed of the hill etc. that are called the pond and Mt. Wakakusa-yama for irrigation of KURAGA-IKE pond. About 1,500 cherries are planted in the garden. Moreover, there are a small-scale zoo, a botanical garden, and a ranch, etc.

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