From the observatory’s “Hama ga mieru oka” which directly translated into “hill where the harbor can be seen”, you can see the Boso Peninsula and Yokohama in the distance, the Yokosuka Port, Sarushima etc. This place is also selected as one of “50 Kanagawa scenic spots”.
In the park, you can enjoy the seasonal nature, especially in early spring as famous for cherry blossoms.
“Tsukayama Park Sakura Festival” is held from late March to early April every year.
- Tsukayama Park
|ADDRESS||3 Itsumimachi, Yokosuka, Kanagawa|
Approximately 20 minutes on foot from Keikyu Anjizuka station or 25 minutes on foot from Itsumi station
|PARKING LOT||Not available (please use public transportation in case of visiting.)|
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