A park that has maintained its surroundings, and the shrine built on the site of the birthplace of "Ashigara mountains Kintaro" that is sung in nursery rhymes.
There are Chorori Nanataki which is said that Kintaro gave its first bath, and the Dairokutenjya which is a children protection shrine.
"Mount Fuji Kintaro Spring Festival" is held on May 3rd every year, and children in the town will unleash the votive sumo wrestling tournament held in the precincts of a shrine on this festival day.
Various trees and plants flower in the park, this place is great for little picnics and walks, and as a play area for small children.
How would you like to take a bento box and get out on a sunny day.
Access by Car: 3 minutes down Nakajima Interchange at National Route 246, 5 minutes from the Oyama Town office
Airport/Sta.Suruga-Oyama St. (about 1.6km) Google Transit
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5.02 years ago
Absolutely fabulous for kids!
5.0a week ago
It has been renewed and is very beautiful.
There are two playsets (slides) for infants and children, and a bouldering board is also installed, and the large lawn is a delight for children.
The rest space inside is very comfortable with air conditioning.
You can use it with confidence even with a baby.
It seems that the birthplace of Kintaro (Sakata Kintoki) is in the back, and there is a small shrine called Kintoki Shrine.
There are carps in the pond, so if you have them left, you can buy food for about 50 yen (unmanned post box).
5.0a month ago
It is a park managed by the town. Playground equipment is also new and many children are playing. It would be nice to have a park with Kintaro as a motif. There is a big sword
5.07 months ago
It is clean and in good condition.
The history of Kintaro's birthplace is also good.
The toilet is clean and easy to use.
It's close to the main road so it's convenient to stop by and take a break.
Look closely at the use of families with small children.
There seems to be a hiking trail behind it.
5.04 months ago
A shrine on the site of the birthplace of Kintoki Sakata.
Located in Kintoki Park, there are dohyo, waterfalls, open spaces, playground equipment for children, and Kintaro Terrace, a free rest facility.
It is a medium-sized park with parking lots and toilets.