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Nakajima Koen (Nakajima Park)

Nakajima Koen (Nakajima Park) Review

This green oasis is a 10-minute walk beyond Susukino's lights and contains Hoheikan, a white-and-blue Russian-influenced 19th-century imperial guesthouse; Hasso-an Teahouse, a simple 17th-century teahouse in a Japanese garden; a boating lake; and the Kitara concert hall, home of the Pacific Music Festival, started in 1990 by Leonard Bernstein. It's a pleasant stroll during the day, and make-out central for youths during fleeting summer nights. To get here, take the Nanboku subway line to Nakajima Koen station.

Updated: 09-20-2013

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