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About Kawasaki

Kawasaki city is a modern shopping destination with a huge variety of malls and restaurants. Visitors can also enjoy historic sites and beautiful scenery. Learn about Japanese culture by visiting Kawasaki's temples, traditional theaters, ancient houses and hot springs.The city is home to the Keihin industrial area, one of the biggest in Japan. You can even tour some factories in Kawasaki city to get a first hand view of the technology and manufacturing that put Japan on the global map as an industrial power starting in the 1980's.

Sights in Kawasaki

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Large shopping mall

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109 Cinemas

109 cinemas is a movie theatre chain. This particular theatre is located in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa.

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Toho Cinemas (Kawasaki)

Toho Cinemas is a movie theatre chain, this one located in Kawasaki City.

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Rokugo Shrine

In 1057, military commanders Minamoto no Yoriyoshi and Yoshiie prayed to the gods on the eve of battle. After emerging from the battle victorious, he constructe

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Established in the early 1960s Hotel Geihinkan is an old-fashioned 'Love Hotel' with a range of distinctively styled rooms on offer.

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T.B.C. Diner (Lazona Kawasaki Plaza)

T.B.C. Diner is an American diner style restaurant serving steak, burgers, hot dogs, fries and shakes. It is located on the fourth floor of the Lazona Kawasaki

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Warehouse (Kawasaki)

Warehouse Kawasaki is a game center modeled after Hong Kong's Kowloon Walled City.

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Kawasaki Daishi Heikenji Temple

A Buddhist temple in Kawasaki, Japan, founded in 1128 and the headquarters of the Chizan sect of Shingon Buddhism.

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Kanayama Jinja Shrine

This shrine, located on the grounds of the larger Wakamiya Hachimangu Shrine, is most famous for being the site of a festival held during the first Sunday of ev

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Toshiba Future Science Museum

This museum introduces visitors to the history of nowadays commonly used technologies as well as some of the latest cutting-edge advances. A number of events, i