Showa Kinen Park
About this sight
Showa Kinen is a beautiful park best enjoyed during the cherry blossom season in spring, or during autumn when the leaves are turning red.
Cinema Two is located in Tachikawa, and features moslty blockbuster flicks with some indie and arthouse films from time to time. This venue is famous for their sound system, with sound engineers during the showtime to make sure that the audio is pitch perfect. The theatres are visially impressive with lights lining the individual seats for you to find your way. Images from Taratta Tachikawa
Tama Sushi (Lumine Tachikawa)
Tama Sushi is a long-established chain of sushi restaurants in Japan. They're one of the very few sushi restaurants that will offer diners not used to raw fish,
Traditional Tandoor dishes made by charcoal grill kiln,curry,naan bread and also arranged menu,low calorie and healthy dishes are availiable for you to taste.
Komorebi no Ashiyu
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