Tsujido Kaihin Park
Tsujido Kaihin Park
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Link2Leo
Yokohama, Japan188 contributions
Sep 2019 • Family
It is absolutely true that Japan has some of the best parks on earth. The attention to detail, the aesthetics, the cleanliness are all unsurpassed, especially in this park. It’s one of the biggest and best in Japan. Unfortunately some of these same qualities work against the Japanese in the management of this park. The staff are so concerned about enforcing mundane, nonsensical rules that they ruin the experience of park goers who are just there to escape urban life and be in harmony with nature. The jumbo pool especially the lifeguards are the worst! They are like a military battalion, shouting at swimmers and to each other, running around in circles during their shifts, forcing people out of the water every half hour.
You go down the big water slide and splash into the water and a lifeguard is there waiting to tell you to get out before you can catch your breath. Idiotic! The worst part is the office is run by a bunch of pencil pushing prefectural bureaucrats who could care less about customer service. They keep the park clean and tidy, but that is all they care about. Avoid any park that have staff in them. It’s a big park, so it’s doable. Enjoy!
Written September 19, 2019
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_bmifoldergem
Fujisawa, Japan7 contributions
Oct 2018
As you see Japan is one of the safest and cleanest place in the world. The park is highly maintained and the atmosphere around it are so inviting. I'd love walking and talking photos as the garden arrangement were so nice. Have to come to see what i am talking.
Written November 9, 2018
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Masayoshi
Fujisawa, Japan3,949 contributions
Mar 2017 • Solo
There are greenery, swimming pool, bicycle courses.

Good for families having kids and kids themselves.

Kids can learn sports and riding bicycle without risks of the real world.
It's fun.

Nice!
Written March 24, 2017
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herrmania77
Fujisawa, Japan10 contributions
Dec 2016
This park is great fun each season. Once a month they have a farmers market on a Sunday. During the summer they have a water park for children for a minimal fee. I walk and run through the park along the connected beach about twice a week. It reminds me of clogging to parks in my hometown of San Diego. A very relaxing place for a day trip and maybe a picnic.
Written December 11, 2016
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minoru n
2 contributions
May 2016 • Family
I have been living in this area for years, so I have been watching how the city has been transforming the this park. They have done a pretty good job on renewing and maintaining the pool where they have water slider other stuff within the park. This could be a hilite for kids for sure. The park has lots wide open space with grass and there are 2 points connected directly to the local beach. There aren't much of shop around or either within, so I would suggest you should gear up with picnic item. Then you will be OK at least for a day.
Written May 11, 2016
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Link2Leo
Yokohama, Japan188 contributions
Nov 2015 • Family
This place is a paradise, if it's not busy. Japanese are famous for their meticulous and this park is no exception. A park is somewhere we should go to relax but this park is so wildly popular, it's like Disneyland, and The pool in summer is packed like a Tokyo rush hour train. Forget about it!
Written December 25, 2015
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Kiwi_NZ
Sydney, Australia351 contributions
Oct 2015 • Family
I have walked along the beach, from Enoshima. It was a fine day,so it was lovely. Its a bit harder to find places where you want to have a nice meal.

There ARE several nice cafe .... Italian, Steak house (OZ beef ....)
Written December 23, 2015
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Sandorlrr
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam26 contributions
Apr 2015 • Family
very popular with local families, not touristy at all. not a destination as such, just a nice place to go with the kids if you are close anyway

the free Traffic Park is fun; you can ride bicycles and other 'push bike-variaties' and sleigh on grass Open most days; 10am-4pm
Written May 19, 2015
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mari w
Fujisawa, Japan66 contributions
Jul 2013 • Family
This park has 3 sections, a regular park for strolling in (no charge), a jumbo swimming pool area open in the summer (800 yen for an adult?), and a transportation museum/amusement park (no charge). It's a short bus ride away from JR Tsujidou station. If you have a child who likes vehicles, it's a great place to visit. Bicycle and go-carts are rented for free. They also have a self-pedaled 'skyway' for a small charge, in which a small 2-seater car is pedaled over a loop several meters above the ground. They also have a small transportation museum (also small charge) in which there is a small film theater showing a fire prevention film, and model railway with moving trains.

The jumbo swimming pool has a loop flow pool, and there is also a wave producing pool. None of the pools are deep. They also have a huge thrilling slide, although the line for it is always quite long. The facilities are poor, for example, no benches in the changing room next to the lockers, the lockers eat your money if you make a mistake with no refunds made, no western style toilets except for one for handicapped people. You are allowed to bring food in. You are not required to wear a swimming cap, which is unusual for a Japanese public swimming pool. They sell food and drinks. There are shaded areas, but no seats. You have to spread your own towel on the ground. They have very frequent rests in which everyone has to get out of the water, and even the slides are stopped, making the wait even longer. There is no free shower to wash yourself off after your swim. They also had a large inflated ball in which you could walk, floating on the water, for an extra charge. The staff are rude in general, and I don't want to go back.

If you are driving there, I recommend parking in the lot close to the ocean, and getting lunch or dinner at Higeden, an oden restaurant across the street from the parking lot exit. They serve great oden as well as other fresh fish teishoku. They started out as a street vendor, and are now 2nd or 3rd generation.
Written August 4, 2013
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Tsujido Kaihin Park is open:
  • Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM