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  • AndraYo
    Tokyo, Japan1,335 contributions
    Flowers & Gardens, like the Teien, are always beautiful, but it is not well known that the kids' area is very imaginative, creative, and great fun for younger kids.
    There is a huge, white 'trampoline', not flat, so like 'moon walking'; a water area with mist pipes and spouts to jump over, there is a rock maze, and a hill castle, and the pottery dragons which really captivated my grandson. Take the boats around the pond or ride the train, so many activities for so little admission charge. Rainbow Swimming Pool in summer.
    Written January 12, 2021
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  • thelonious22
    Seongnam4,374 contributions
    Despite its big size fitting in 20,000, the view from all the seats were great as the stadium was built just for soccer. Luckily the team’s biggest investment Fernando Torres started the match as captain. Torres had an entire souvenir tent solely dedicated to Fernando Torres merchandise. It is no surprised that attendance for the club almost doubled since his arrival. The home crowd (almost 90% in uniform) was on their feet most of the game and the cheering was nonstop for the two halves.
    Written November 27, 2018
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  • Guillaume A
    Shizuoka, Japan481 contributions
    Big spacious park with different venues to practice sports and q Big slide surrounded by a large lawn area to hang out, picnic, play or just relax. Big convenient parking.
    Written September 23, 2021
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  • Hannah
    Kenai, AK16 contributions
    The main training area is just great with beautiful wooden floors and walls. There are nice bleachers for spectators, also made from beautiful wood. No drinks or food are allowed in the training area, but you bring a bag if you place it below the bleacher benches. There are nice locker rooms for men and women with programmable key pads. A small gift shop sells ice cream, drinks and some karate related souvenirs (although the selection is quite limited). You can also buy drinks from vending machines close to the training area. The temperature inside varies a bit from cool to relatively warm; expect to sweat quite a bit when training and bring a long sleeve shirt if spectating. Shoes must be removed when entering Kaikan. The museum has new exhibits and is worth of visit.
    Written October 14, 2019
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  • andyfong82
    Singapore, Singapore517 contributions
    A beautiful little town with lots of hippy set up. The place is very serene and scenic. Makes it an ideal place to get some good photos
    Written December 9, 2018
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  • LaLesbica
    Tokyo, Japan44 contributions
    The water in the swimming pool was crystal clear! And the facilities at the park were also in perfect and clean condition.
    Written December 28, 2018
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  • Momoca
    New York City, NY5 contributions
    I (teenager) enjoyed coming here with my younger cousins and brother. I do not know much about the pricing, but the lines were sometimes long for the more popular slides. There are other very small slides that never have a line and have quite cold water. I enjoyed the sunset in the summer as well, it was beautiful and despite the long lines, with my family it was really fun. I would be careful when walking because some areas on the ground were a little slippery. There is also a giant slide, but you have to pay extra per person for every ride on it.
    Written June 9, 2020
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  • Ojayc0305
    Okayama Prefecture, Japan197 contributions
    Only a 30 min drive from Okayama City, this is a nice park with some great facilities. There's free BBQ equipment to use but to make a reservation for it, you have to go to the park in person to book it.

    BBQs aside, there are plenty of shaded places for a picnic if you bring your own bento. Kids will love the space to run around and the playground equipment but I felt there could have been more equipment for the kids. Still, there are many walking courses for all ages to enjoy.

    Plenty of parking and clean facilities. Worth a day trip for those with young kids residing in Okayama.
    Written May 6, 2018
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  • MarcinJapan
    Higashiosaka, Japan22 contributions
    Lots of fun things to do for small children. I would recommend this place for people looking for an affordable place to take their children to experience the outdoors!
    Written August 15, 2019
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  • bob2bkk
    Bangkok, Thailand5,816 contributions
    Especially popular during the Sapporo Snow Festival. Activities mostly geared toward kids. During Snow Festival, you can take a bus from Odori Park to Tsudome. Inside the dome are many activities in addition to a food court. Outside are sled rides, snowboarding and activities for kids making snow and ice scuptures. It is a wide open area, so expect windy and cold air. Restrooms inside the dome.
    Written March 6, 2019
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  • Shirleymagne O
    47 contributions
    Went out with my friends and some Aunts. This is a good place to cycle around., or have some leisurely walk. Not the best but definitely a good place to visit.
    Written July 13, 2017
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