Free Wifi: No
Location: 35°48’08.33″ N 139°42’58.71″ E
Worth it? Yep.
Our Rating: ⭑⭑⭑
Kawaguchi City has an official site too.
If you take the train, exit to the west, then head north.
Just to the south of the park there is also a large bus stop area.
Kawaguchinishi Park is the round circuilar park to the north. The station is the small grey building just southeast of the park. There’s also an interesting square.
Just to the northwest of the station there is also a central area with several depatos (department stores), including a huge SOGO and a large game/pachinko/entertainment complex right across the street. If you have extra time it’s worth a look.
The side streets in the area are also worth exploring.
“Michelle” Bronze Statue by Kyoko Asakura
Also in the park is a larger than life-sized bronze statue titled simply “Michelle” installed in 1993 by the late artist Kyoko Asakura. The figure depicts a young western woman sitting on a block of marble.
If you happen to be in the area and want to take a short break to enjoy the greenery, pop in and relax for a bit.