One unique spot in Kawasaki is the popular Anata no Warehouse, meaning “your warehouse”, which some people nickname the “adult arcade”. It is only a few minutes’ walk from Kawasaki Station and is the main hub for a night out for many people in Kawasaki and beyond.
The foliage season is approaching, so, although every street and corner is good enough to spot some red leaves, here below is a small list of places where to go for best viewing nature's signs of the changing season (Koyo in Japanese) in Kanagawa prefecture.
Toshiba Science Museum is a museum which proudly shows Toshiba’s advanced technology from the past to present.
Tanabata is held throughout Japan every year and is meant to celebrate true love, the one thing that overcomes all other adversities. The Tanabata Festival in Hiratsuka is one of Japan's most famous and largest celebrations, with thousands of people attending each year.
Plants were various and dense, and as you walk the path or climb the stairs, you will feel the tranquility of this place, as if all noise is absorbed by nature—leaving only you and nature alone together.