Showa Kinen Park

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Showa Kinen Memorial Park (Photo: Rendezvous Plaza at Showa Kinen Park – Agustin Rafael Reyes / CC BY 2.0)

The Showa Kinen Park or Showa Memorial Park extends over the districts of Akishima and Tachikawa and is the largest park in Tokyo with its almost 1.7 km². During World War II, the place functioned as an air force base and was administered by the USA after the war In 1977 the site was returned to the Japanese government and part of it was converted into a park to commemorate the Emperor of Showa.



Midoricho 3173, Tachikawa-shi 190-0014 (路線)


9:30 - 16:30 現正開放


星期一 9:30 - 16:30
星期二 9:30 - 16:30
星期三 9:30 - 16:30
星期四 9:30 - 16:30
星期五 9:30 - 16:30
星期六 9:30 - 16:30
星期天 9:30 - 16:30
假期 9:30 - 16:30






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The main park entrance, Tachikawa gate, is a 5-10 minutes walk from the nearest train station (Tachikawa station).


Showa Kinen Park


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SORANO HOTEL overlooks Showa Kinen Park in the Tachikawa area of West Tokyo, offering 81 rooms at the new Green Springs development. All rooms come with park views and boast spacious room sizes of at least 52 square meters. All rooms come complete with balcony space and oversized windows provide plenty of light on the hotel's interiors, produced by French designer, Gwenael Nicolas.

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Sanrio Puroland

Sanrio Puroland

Sanrio Puroland, or Hello Kitty Land, is an indoor amusement park based on the popular character "Hello Kitty". The amusement park, which opened in 1990, is located in Tama New Town in Tokyo and also shows other characters from the Sanrio company (My Melody, Cinnamoroll, Gudetama etc.). Sanrio Puroland has over 1.5 million visitors a year and is 4.5 hectares in size. The on-site attractions are suitable for children of all ages. The parades of Hello Kitty and other Sanrio characters are also highly recommended. The park also has themed restaurants and shops dedicated to specific Sanrio characters that sell exclusive goods.

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Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

In 1993, the seven-acre Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architecture Museum was opened by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government as part of the Edo-Tokyo Museum. The aim of this museum is to preserve historic buildings of great cultural value that are not in their current location can be relocated, reconstructed, preserved and exhibited and this valuable cultural heritage can be passed on to future generations. The open-air museum offers the following exhibitions: An introduction in the visitor center. Restored buildings and scenes from everyday life in the Edo period. Architectural remnants and recreation of an urban landscape A collection from the Original Musahino Folklore Museum in a special exhibition. The various exhibitions can be viewed within the exhibition rooms or in the actual open-air museum.

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