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Futakotamagawa park, Setagaya

(4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • Now a beautiful park area was again completely maintained by now without any vestiges of the old, though. Feel the passage of time has visited several times. The park itself is so widely, but so equipped, such as playgrounds and pedestrian area. Days off to tend to family and Starbucks looking for women?. And anyone in the Park to rise towards entrance, Park, Starbucks "return true" that universal design spacious Japan garden, guests can enjoy or a small river plants have been planted. Modern architecture in the Meiji period registered tangible cultural assets to former Shimizu House. Climb up to the edge of the Park of Tama River and Fuji is very picture. Is the Park what a leisurely time flows.
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  • Think Park and play for a small child, but play like older and I-think in elementary school as not enough?. Recently, iron bars or the seems to have swings and slide for normal (low only for young children has been established) but good if to-and. Say say only a big concrete slide slope? It seems that the said equipment for elementary school students?. In toys other than, if you have a large lawn, gravel ground and play ball or catch the other picnics are facing what I think. Because there is a Starbucks in the Park we have to walk from the station (often crowded, but very inconvient! w), think is ideal for relaxing and sunbathing.
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  • This Park is close to the shopping centre to futako-Tamagawa Takashimaya Department store. Holidays and events as well as once in a while. Parking is available.
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  • A great place for someone looking to collect their thoughts, this park offers a view of the river, a spacious Japanese garden, some curious landscaping, and a lone Starbucks cafe for anyone retreating from the congested mall area nearby. For more active people, their's a playground with the usual sandboxes and jungle gyms, as well as a gravel-washed sports area fit for a baseball game and the like. The place doesn't have any good trees for autumn or spring viewing though, nor plentiful shade for a picnic.
  • Accessible, very well-maintained, landscaped park. Good fun for children with different elevations and a playground area and pond at ground level. It connects directly to the Tamagawa riverside over the road, which is helpful. Has a Starbucks on the top of the hill and is directly connected to Rise Futakotamagawa, meaning it is very safe for children as it can be accessed above road level. The Japanese garden and rockery closes too early in the summer months but the rest of the park remains open and Starbucks closes at 8:00-9:00pm, affording good views of the sun setting behind Mt. Fuji.
  • Ok little park. Close to my work so I like to have lunch here from time to time. Japanese garden is also nice and peaceful. A little 'plasticky' and new for me, personally, so wouldn't go out my way to come here especially from any great distance away, but if you are in Futako Tamagawa shopping and the weather is nice I recommend visiting. There is plenty of space for children to (safely) run round and kick a ball as well.
  • It's a really new park (opened around 2013 I think), so the trees are still small and it feels a bit too open, but it's really nice nonetheless. I like how they've built a section going over the road and connecting with the riverbank. It also cuts out car noises, which is a great plus. And there's a Starbucks on top!
  • Nice park and a short walk down from Futakotamagawa station. Well maintained and suitable for young children. There is also a Starbucks at the very top for the parents to get their fix so they can sit and enjoy their coffee while the children play. Lots of grass and open space, a nice playground at ground level and a really beautiful Japanese garden with a pond in the middle section. We come here often to let the children run wild for a while.