After we walked about 7 minutes westward from the British village in Niji-no-Sato, a leisure park in Shuzenji, the red-and-white flag with a maple leaf in the middle greeted our eyes, welcoming us to the Canadian village. Inspired by Izu's sister city of Nelson in Canada's British Columbia province, it's situated near a forest and lake, where I got to dip my feet in cold rushing waters. The village gives a scenic natural view, is home to a Kaleidoscope Museum in Nelson Hall, and there’s also a native fort where we can see a colorful children's playground.
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The Canadian Village in Izu City
One of the themed villages in Niji-no-Sato in Shuzenji