Giant slides, ants nest, giant ball, rolling hills, beautiful garden and all very nicely kept! Lovely lovely park. I would love to go back!!
I have been there twice. The place is beautiful, relaxing and full of fun. It is a country park 45 min drive from Sapporo city. You may hike, enjoy the scenery while the kids are going to love the fancy playground with slides, trampoline, maze and a hillock to roll big red balls. The ticket is very reasonable (400 Yen).... More
It's a very beautiful and huge park. We travelled with a 3 yo and a 20-month. We spent a few days in Furano earlier the trip. They had fun over there but nothing can beat the Takino park. They loved the bouncy bed. The long slides are for 3 yo plus. My daughter tried once but she was a bit... More
Definitely recommend this beautiful place with loads to do for kids. We spent virtually the whole day there. There are some fantastic spots for picnicking (and the restaurants aren't that great) so definitely worth taking a picnic. It takes approx 1 hour from central Sapporo by subway and bus.
My wife and I took our 4 year old to camp and play in the kid's park/play areas. He had the time of his life. His favorite area was the Rainbow Net area. We also went cycling on a couple of the paths leading up to the waterfalls. While the paths were a little short, the were good for our... More
We visited the park with 2 boys 5 and 7 early june (summer) this year and it turned out to be the highlights of their 10 days Hokkaido trip. Moreover, the entrance fee is just a fraction (80 yen for children and free for those below 6. Adults only 400 yen) of what the major theme parks charges and we... More
After searching the Internet for a cross country ski area near Sapporo I found this place. It's really good. There are several nicely groomed trails ranging in length from just 1 km to 16 km. Getting there by public bus is quite easy but the buses are old and tired. Catch the bus from Makomanai subway station and it takes... More
This part was written up in the NY Times Magazine design section. In winter, come for skiing, snowshoing, cross-country skiing. A must for kids. In summer, come for mountain biking, barbecuing and nature hikes to waterfalls.
Great park for family and kids to have fun with snow and go sledging for free! We went by public transport. Take the Green subway line southbound to the last station (Makomanai), then exit the station and turn left and find bus stop 2. Then take bus no.102 up to "Takino Suzaran Koen". Travel time from Odori Station to Makomanai... More
could not find much info on takino before my trip, so i shall give the details here how to get there. You take the train down to makomanai station and take the bus #102 at the bus station. This part might be a little confusing. The bus fare was 440yen, however, if you purchase a transfer ticket at the subway... More
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