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Kashiwa has been an area of military significance longer than the country of Australia has existed. Like, hundreds of years before. Today, you can find incredible historical museums, beautiful family-friendly parks, and ornately-carved temples—a true taste of Japan. Plus, Kashiwa accommodation provides access to one of Tokyo’s and Chiba’s greatest bedroom communities. This means the shopping is fantastic. So bring your credit card to “Little Shibuya” on Kashiwa holidays.
Some of the best shopping in Kashiwa is located right in Kashiwa Station. Check out the numerous vintage and secondhand shops to grab some neon trinkets, handmade accessories and a Dolly-kei. Don’t worry—there are plenty of Kashiwa hotels nearby so you won’t have to lug your souvenir duffle far.
If you’re visiting in July or August, you might catch the Kashiwa Festival. Enjoy all the street food you can shake a chopstick at, then take in Taiko drumming performances. Book accommodation in Kashiwa near the city centre and enjoy a J-league football match like a local. Lastly, climb a dinosaur at Teganooka Park, see spring wildflowers in bloom at Akebonoyama Park or picnic at Chiba Kashiwanoha Park.
Your slice of Japanese suburbia begins when you land at Narita International Airport (NRT) or Haneda Airport (HND). If you booked your own ride on Wotif, you’ll only have to drive around 50 km from either airport to get to Kashiwa.
In fact, Wotif makes it easy to book your entire getaway right here, so grab a great deal on a flight, a car and a place to stay. While you’re at it, book Tokyo, Japan accommodation and see the country’s most famous city too! It’s like discovering a great deal on the perfect pair of shoes to go with the pants you were looking for.
Hotels in Kashiwa start at AU$94 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.