Prefectural Kannonzaki Park
Prefectural Kannonzaki Park extends to almost the whole area of Kannonzaki which protrudes into Tokyo Bay. You can see the ships moving on and off the sea and the distant Boso Peninsula.
You can take a walk through the lucidal forest with a focus on shui and tabs and experience various recreations.
In addition, there are “Kannonzaki Nature Museum” where the nature of the forest, rivers, sea and the relationship with people around the center of Tokyo Bay are considered and displayed, works depicting the sea of Yokosuka City, Yokosuka, Miura Peninsula connection There is “Yokosuka Museum of Art” which displays works of writer and can have you touch environment, the history, culture. Nature observation sessions and various volunteer activities are also held.
- Prefectural Kannonzaki Park
|ADDRESS||4-1262 Kamoi, Yokosukashi, Kanagawaken|
Open all day
Open everyday(Without 29,Dec-3,Jan)
|PARKING LOT||※Free on weekdays(except for a part of period), Chargeable on weekend and holiday ・Maximum capacity: 384 cars|
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