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To get to Rengejiike Park and Okabe area from Fujieda station, it is convenient to take a bus from JR Fujieda station. Chubu-kokudo line is a bus service between Shin Shizuoka and Fujieda.
**To get to Rengejiike Park
Take a bus bound for Shin Shizuoka from Fujieda station. (photo#1) Get off at Rengejiike-Koen-Iriguchi Bus stop. First go toward Renshoji temple and at the gate of the temple turn left and after joining the road along the hill turn right until you find a huge pond. Bus fee is 220 yen for adult. 110 yen for children(12 or under). For little children (ages 1-5), accompanied by each adult or child (6 or older) two under-5 children are free of charge. So if a family made of of parents and two children aged 7 and 4, the total bus fee will be 440+110+0 550 yen.
Updated Jun 19, 2011
How do Japanese celebrate Christmas? Although more than 90 percent of Japanese are non-Christian, they celebrate Christmas in various manners. Some young couples spend a night with dinner during Christmas. Many Japanese buy a christmas tree and give presents just like U.S. and European countries, but almost all Japanese buy Christmas Cake decorated with red strawberries and white creams. Sweet shops like 31 Ice Cream(BR chain in Japan) take pre-orders for Christmas Cake(BR version should be called Christmas Ice Cake) about one month before Christmas. For people outside Japan, eating Christmas Cake in Christmas is thought to be peculiar and Christmas cake issue is one of the most popular questions non-Japanese ask about Japan. Like Valentine chocolate during mid February, it started by a confectionary maker. Fujiya is the first Japanese confectionary maker which sold the Christmas Cake in Japan in 1910. Eating Christmas cake have been prevalent like today since mid 1970s which coincided with the era Japan experienced high GNP growth.
Updated Nov 25, 2011