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Komazawa Olympic Park, Setagaya

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Komazawa Olympic Park located on land in both Meguro and Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan, is a sports facility that was constructed for the 1964 Summer Olympics. Approximately 90% of the park's area is in Setagaya Ward, with the remaining 10% being in Meguro Ward.The park includes an outdoor athletic and soccer venue, the Komazawa Olympic Park Stadium, the Komazawa Gymnasium and multiple additional soccer, baseball, swimming, tennis, jogging and cycling facilities.HistoryThe area was the "Tokyo Golf Club". Emperor Hirohito played golf there with King George V of England. It was developed into the main venue of the 1940 Summer Olympics, which were cancelled due to World War II. In 1953 it became the base of the Toei Flyers baseball team. From 1962 preparations for the 1964 Olympics began.
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  • Great place if you are in town with teens and need some exercise. All kinds of activities for kids from young to old. Wonderful jogging tracks, outdoor fields, arenas and family friendly activities on...  more »
  • This park is huge and comfortable. In sunny weekends there are many people having fun. For cyclists this is a great place to do some training at least at an amateur level. There are three children's p...  more »
  • Festival season. They do an October fest that is awsome. Lots of space for young kids to run and play.  more »
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  • I love how picturesque the track route is; you can walk around the park, be completely surrounded by nature, and feel calm again. Everytime I come here I'm happy. Also it's​ nice to come if you have time and watch the different athletes of all ages go onto the field and play a sport; it has a good community feeling.
  • One of my least favourite parks. No real free space to speak of...all astronomy turf for hire, concrete paths, gravel or of course the stadium. Quite ugly in all respects. There is a small area where kids can do what they want amongst some trees, but it is really dusty and the ground is uneven with lots of stones...apart from this they have to go in the playground, so of course can't play football or ball games. Also on concrete areas, even when quiet little children will be told off if they try and skateboard or anything.
  • Beautiful buildings built long time ago. Nice park with beautiful views.
  • Perfect running place! It has different tracks so that bikers, runners and walkers can workout peacefully!
  • Great park, great for family day out or relaxing alone with a book. Also a running and cycling track. Bikes for hire. Small snack bars located throughout the park, aswell as food trucks. Great place to see changing of the leaves. The only bad thing I can say is only traditional Japanese toilets located in the park, but no big deal really.