There are a lot of parks in Japan, including some traditional Japanese garden. But today I wanna introduce the park which is European style park with beautiful flowers. The park makes you so relax and you can enjoy nice air.
Andersen Park is located Funabashi area where is Chiba prefecture (about 1hour by train from Ueno station) and composed of Children’s Kingdom with Japan’s largest athletic fields and a park where people can touch small animals, Fairy Tale Hill that is a reproduction of the country view of Denmark in the 1800s when Andersen, a writer of stories for children, was born and raised, and a children’s art museum where children can make things freely and experience the joy of making things.
There are facilities which can play at ease freely, and, in naughtiness kingdom zone, adult gains popularity let alone children including lawn open space, contact open space with pony and small animals including field athletic, too. This about 28.5 ha-wide greenery park will allow children and grownups, being kids again, to play. Walk road surrounds natural Disaster Simulation Zone around waterside and rice field where damp plants grow thick and can experience nature of seasonal village forest.
Castle zone of flower is new zone where art object and playground equipment reflecting the image of Andersen children’s story were placed, and small children can enjoy play of creation and imagination. The park is really huge and there are so many spots to have look, so definitely not only for kids, adults and children both can be enjoyed! Interesting? Please check it out!
Funabashi, Misaki, Komuro, Kitanarashino
900yen(adults) 600yen(high school students) 200yen(kids) 100yen (over 4years to 6years)