Jennifer GraceyCoined "the best park in western Tokyo" this is beautiful in all seasons. It's especially popular for flower viewing in spring and summer with beautiful golden foliage in the fall. This is a great park for a picnic lunch, for little ones to run and explore or couples to spend a low key day outside enjoying each others company in nature.
暝逝Yomiuri Land is one of Tokyo’s largest amusement parks. Although it is certainly not as well-known as Disney, the overall play effect is different from Disney except for ip (at least the fare is cheap ~ play needs to be planned in advance, Japanese amusement parks especially like multi-stage prices ), the location is a bit remote, it takes about half an hour from Shinjuku. The lighting landscape is the biggest feature of this amusement park. The night is the sight of flowers and trees in the Dongfeng night. Other facilities are basically standard equipment in the amusement park, and the water projects and water landscape are also good.
GLS***36I was randomly wondering around this part of Tokyo when I saw a signpost advertising this place, I went up to the door and asked to buy a ticket and the guard said there weren't any. Although he pointed me to the convenience store across the road where I could buy a ticket. This was 10 years ago, I don't know if that place still sells tickets but the used to. It's now apparently very hard to get tickets unless you buy in advance.This place is magical, it's not a huge museum but the pack a lot in, be sure to bring a lot of money, because you will want to buy everything in the gift shop.
暝逝The Fujiko·F·Fujio Museum is located in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, more than 20 kilometers from the center of Tokyo. It covers an area of 5000 square meters. In addition, a large number of recurring scenes and props in the comics have also been restored, such as the three cement pipes in the empty field, any door, Nobita Nobita's house, etc. Of course, the surrounding sales and specialty restaurants are also readily available.