Children’s Paradise-Hachinohe Park In early April, I took my children on a summer family trip. My friends in Japan highly recommend Hachinohe Park, saying that many of the children there will love it. So we set off lightly. Hachinohe Park (Hachinohe Park) is a municipal park not far from the central urban area (it seems to be converted to a private sector recently). Friends from Japan who came with me said it was more spacious than before. The relevant infrastructure and amusement equipment are quite complete: there are various fee-based toys such as Ferris wheel, roller coaster, and sky swing in the park. The children had a lot of fun, and we were evoked full of memories. I heard that there is an SL display in the amusement park called Children’s Land. We went to see it and the atmosphere was very pleasant. Merry-go-round, airplane trips, high-altitude bicycle track trips, and dolphin water trips are all children's favorites. Of course, these entertainment facilities are to buy tickets. Hachinohe Park has several spacious parking lots. For families with young children, this is a recommended park because parking is very convenient. Hachinohe Park also has a barbecue area, an animal exhibition, a botanical garden, etc. The morning hours are very pleasant. For those who like badminton and football, there is also a grassland area dedicated to ball games. Entrance is free, and families with children in the city are frequented by attractions. There are also animal exhibitions such as monkeys in the park, and the chipmunks at the entrance are very cute! There are tigers and black bears in the small zoo, and peacocks, rabbits and chickens at the foot of the mountain. We are also very happy to see the happy smiles on the children's faces. The Spring Park has nearly 2,000 cherry blossoms in full bloom on the vast land. It is so beautiful that it is a scenic spot for viewing cherry blossoms and walking in spring. The scattered cherry blossoms turned into a carpet. It was very beautiful, and it was in full bloom earlier than the cherry blossoms in Hirosaki, and it was not crowded. This place is perfect for enjoying cherry blossoms leisurely. Tips: 1. Admission to the park is free here, but the amusement equipment inside is costly. 2. If you are allergic to pollen, please prepare in advance.
I've been doing well since I was a child, and it's fun.