Last updated: (28/03/2019)
The website https://en.kashiwainfo.net/ provides information about Kashiwa city. The information includes, but is not limited to, tourism information, famous spots like temples and parks, information about establishments around Kashiwa station, activities and events in and around the city, as well as other useful information for tourists and residents alike.
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