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It was a wonderful new year’s day run for me at the park watching people spending quality time with their family just sitting on ground, reading books or chatting. Some kids are running around with their dads flying kites. It’s a common tradition in Japan...More
It's nearby my house so I've been here so many times. Great place for escaping from summer heat with some large green fields, trees, and flowers. You can find some small roses garden, cherry blossoms, and a small stream as well. It's normally not so...More
What an asset! This is a park to be proud of, the local people are extremely lucky to have this park for their use. It is a very special place offering so much; baseball field, tennis courts, massive children's play area, skate board park, bird...More
This place is slightly
out of the way so if you don’t have a car it’s. it so easy to get to. You can take bus and train but they are not nearby. If you have small children, they’ll be too tired to walk after...More
I've visited with kids, and I like to visit to run around the running course as it provides lots of variety and shade.
The playground with the train is a big hit with my children (12, 10, 6) and there is lots of variety of...More
The largest park area in Tokyo, slightly off the tourist trail but well worth taking a taxi or the tube to visit, has Setagay museum at the north end which is the art museum and well worth spending some time here just relaxing, why nit...More
This park was founded as golf cource in 1940, therefore largest park in Tokyo.
Setagaya museum of art is located north end of this park, baseball, gootball fields and tennis court are located east side.West side of this park is very nice picnic area.