Discover the best top things to do in Toda, Japan including Itabashi Fireworks, Saiko Doman Green Park, Warabi Shrine, Rikkyo University Ikebukuro Campus, Hikarigaoka Park, Saikanoyu, Jorenji Temple (Tokyo Daibutsu), Warabi Hata Matsuri, Toda Park, Warabi City Park.
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11,000 fireworks light up the night on the Arakawa River during the Itabashi Hanabitaikai. With the Todabashi bridge in the background, the popular summer display attracts a number of visitors eager to see the bright lights and brilliant displays. Many guests don summer yukata, and go early to reserve their viewing spots.
If you happen to be in Tokyo over summer, you must grab the chance to view one of the many fireworks display happening over several sites in Tokyo. And wear a summer yukata to one! The one I went to was at Itabashi, and as expected, it was crowded with locals and visitors. Although there is an area for non-ticket holders, generally, the view was better from the allocated seats for ticket holders. The fireworks were magnificient, creative, and more colorful than most fireworks I have ever seen. Not a moment wasted!
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A huge shrine in Warabi will sudenly apear when you approach from the street. The atmosphere is great and I can assure you it is a place where you can get inspired if you have some interest in Japanese old architecture.
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The red brick buildings crept with ivy of the University of Saint Pauls are really beautiful and this place is a hidden hitorical spot in Ikebukuro. The curry rice of school cafeteria is worth trying, too. The ceiling of cafeteria reminds me something like the abbey of the Middle Ages. Although this is not my alma mater, I like visiting here as a tourist.
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This park is managed by Tokyo city and located in Nerima-ku and Itabashi-ku. The nearest station is Hikarigaoka on Oedo metro line. There are several sports facilities, a library, BBQ pits and huge lawn in its vast space. Over 1,000 of Sakura, cherry blossom are in the park. Many people enjoy seeing Sakura during its blooming season in every Spring.
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This statue is about the same size as its more famous kin, the Great Buddha of Kamakura. Both are seated outdoors, but the Tokyo one is surrounded by trees which partially block the view during the leafy season. The temple grounds are very agreeable. There seem to be a lot of Thai visitors.The authorities apparently have not decided whether the Tokyo Great Buddha is an important tourist site, or not. The signs leading from the Mita line station at Nishitakashimadaira clearly mark some junctions and absent entirely from others. if you follow the signs to the Botanical Garden and do not go more than two blocks past the 7-Eleven you will be right there.
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The "Warabi Hata Festival" has been held since 1951 in Warabi City, where the cotton industry thrived from the late Edo period. Originally it was an event to pray for the prosperity of the textile industry, and it has since come to be referred to as one of the three major festivals of Warabi. The festival is centered round August 7th, the date that the man who developed the cotton industry, Takahashi Shingoro, began his textile business, and takes place over a period of four days. In addition to Tanabata decorations in the shopping arcade at the west exit of Warabi Station, there is great activity with a variety of events such as shows, teodori dance, and mystery tours...
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It is a huge park in Tsukagoshi Warabi. If you want to do some running, this place is the most suitable place to run around. Also nice place for small children to play around.
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