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Todoroki Ryokuchi (等々力緑地) is a park located in Nakahara-ku ward, Kawasaki, in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is famous for its sport facilities including an athletics stadium, gym, a baseball field, a pool, a tennis court, and it contains a museum as well. [1]

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