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Tsuruma Park

Tsuruma Park, established in 1909, is a compromise between Japanese and Western styles. Its west area is a Western style park with fountain tower, big flower bed and rose garden. Its east area is a Japanese-style garden with a calamus garden. About 1,200 cherry blossom trees attract visitors in April, and festivals are held, including an azalea festival, rose festival and calamus festival. The park, with Nagoya City Public Hall, a library and a playground, is a place for citizens to relax.


AreaOsu / Kanayama / Atsuta
Address1 Tsurumai, Showa-ku, Nagoya
Opening HoursOpen for visitors at any time
ClosedOpen year round
Websitehttp://www.nga.or.jp/park/tsuru.htmlExternal Link

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