Miho, Japan 
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Moderately Hilly & Lightly WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
9 / 9Holes / Baskets:
1200 ft. – 2060 ft.Course Length: Metric
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Description: Miho Village Park is a multi use park that includes a baseball field, soccer field and various pieces of playground equipment. The disc golf course wraps around the perimeter of a relatively vacant side of the park and features a variation of short and medium lengthed holes in and out of the woods. Many hole use differences in elevation, mandos, and OB lines to create added difficulty. Numbered wooden stakes mark each natural tee pad, two per hole.

Location Details
Hikari to Kaze no Oka Park (Miho Village Park)Park / Location Name:
Miyaji, Miho, Inashiki District, Ibaraki Prefecture 300-0412, JapanStreet Address:
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Local Directions: Parking can be found at the Miho City Hall Building. After parking, follow a paved road around the right side of the building to arrive at the park. Hole # 1 starts 200 meters down the path on the left side near a half-naked sculpture, uphill from a dirt soccer field.

There is a general parking lot for the park located off the main road (#125). From main parking lot, walk up the stairs, past the building, across the large gravel soccer pitch, up the second set of stairs to an open field. The first tee is set by the trees, or short tee by the statue of the half-naked person in the middle of the water-fall/pond.