Funabashi Andersen Park, Chiba
The general park “Funabashi Andersen Park” in Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture is the theme park that imaged Denmark. The interior of the vast park consists of five distinctive zones. It is the theme park where many people visit as a place of rich green relaxation. Since Odense city of Denmark, which is sister city with Funabashi city, is the hometown of the fairy tale writer “Hans Christian Andersen”, so it was named “Andersen Park”.
The very lush Anderson Park consists of five zones as “Naughty Children’s Kingdom”, “Fairy Tale Hill”, “Children’s Museum”, “Nature Experience”, “Flower Castle”.
“Naughty Children’s Kingdom” has plenty of play equipment to satisfy the curiosity of children playful. There are large play equipment reputed to be able to play all day, such as large slide.
In the “Fairy Tale Hill” zone, there is the statue of Andersen. Also, there is the theater and picture book in the Children’s Library, so you can enjoy the world of Andersen’s fairy tale thoroughly. At the Andersen studio in the “Children’s Museum” zone, children can transform into costumes and experience the world of “Thumbelina”. Also, there are a lot of objects and design plates with fairy tales as a motif in the park, and finding them is one of the enjoyment.
Windmills, farmers, community centers, etc. There are plenty of buildings imitating the Danish building in the garden. And they have a genuine style. Various events are held throughout the year, and you can enjoy the flowers of every season. Tulips blooming around January in winter are also popular.
In the goods shop, you can buy goods imported from Denmark.
Also, in the park, there are plenty of eateries, from barbecue to curry, ramen, milk ice cream etc. It is recommend ordering Danish lunch at “Restaurant fairy ten” and taste Danish feeling.
|Name:||Funabashi Andersen Park|
|Address:||Kanehoricho 525 Funabashi, Chiba 274-0054 Japan|
|Access:||Toyo Kosoku Tetsudosen Line “Yachiyo-Midorigaoka-eki Station” (13 minutes by car)|
|Price:||900 yen (Adult)
600 yen (High School Students or Under)
200 yen (Junior High School Students or Under)
100 yen (Child)
Free (Under 3 years old)