Funabashi Andersen Park4.0
An exciting place for both children and adults! Funabashi Andersen Park is one of the largest athletic fields in Japan where visitors can enjoy all day long. There are various interactive facilities in the vast field of about 39 hectares. Since it is not so crowded compared to other large-scale amusement parks, you can have fun without haste, and what's more noteworthy is that it is easily accessible from Tokyo Station.
Apart from athletic facilities, there is still more to see in the park full of nature such as seasonal flowers and plants or a river. There is also a studio where visitors can create their original artworks at the Children's museum in the park. Have a great time at Funabashi Andersen Park where you can watch, move around, be creative and have fun!
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Airport/Sta.Narita International Airport (about 29.6km) Google Transit
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5.05 months ago
We went when the cherries we're in full bloom and it was AMAZING! It was so beautiful, and the layout is great. There are tons of activities for kids, families, couple's, or even if you wanted to go alone. There is a forest hike, there are several adventure playgrounds for kids and adults, there is a huge fountain pool for kids to play in, and also an activity area to learn about how to manipulate water. There were ponies and a petting zoo. There are a bunch of restaurants all over the park, including the one where we went where I had lamb BBQ and beer, which was okay, and not expensive. There is an actual windmill. There is a lake with boats! Apparently there is a place to make stuff like artwork, but I didn't see it... The place is huge!! You should get there early so that you have the whole day to enjoy it. The entrance fee was less than ¥1000 per adult, which is reasonable considering the grounds. Parking was not free. I am pretty sure that if the city were not managing the park, it would have gone under a while ago, because the prices are reasonable throughout.
5.02 weeks ago
Cant go wrong going to AP with the kids or as a couple. Go to kita narashino and then there is bus directly there. Bring a tent if sunny, swim suit for kids pool. Also military grade obsticle course around perimeter. 3000 jpy for annual pass for tokyo residents. Less for Chiba.
5.02 months ago
Get there early! Plenty of healthy and fun activities for the kids to enjoy. Less busy during the week.
4.07 months ago
It's very convenient living nearby and the 3000yen adults, 500yen kids yearly pass is worth buying.
There are a number of different zones: summer water park, long roller slide, lots of woodland assault/athletic courses, hill slide, animal farm, boat lake, small kid area and nature walks.
Food isn't anything special, Vietnam bento a nice surprise. But on the south side of the bridge there are nice gardens to picnic.
4.04 months ago
Great place for the family with so much to do - massive slide, water play, animals and pony ride, wooden climbing frames, jumping areas in a space that is huge. Remember to bring tent, picnic rugs and BYO food as there was some food available but not a huge amount.