Funabashi H.C. Andersen Park
Enjoy the Playground and Petting Zoo in a Reproduction of Rural 19th Century Denmark
In Funabashi, a park using the name of world-famous fairy tale writer, H. C. Andersen, has opened. Andersen was born in Odense, Denmark, the sister city of Funabashi.
Covering a surface area of 36.7 hectares, the vast park grounds comprise 5 zones. There offer lots of places to play, such as a playground course, a petting zoo, and a hands-on children's museum.
The rural landscape of 19th century Denmark has been reproduced. The flowers decorating the park grounds every season are also beautiful.
The Children's Museum Zone has 8 studios where children can enjoy hands-on experience programs held there.
There are also restaurants and shops within the park grounds.
In Spring, 800 trees of 10 types of Sakura cherry blossoms bloom.
At Christmastime, illumination events are held.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 525 Kanehoricho, Funabashi City, Chiba
Adults 900 yen; High School Students 600 yen; Elementary and Junior High School Students 200 yen; Children (4 and over) 100 yen; Children (3 and under) and Seniors (65 and over) Free
*On 3/3, 4/2, 5/5 and 6/15, Junior High School Students and under are Free
*The 4th Sunday of October is Free
*Open on National Holidays and during Spring, Summer and Winter Vacation
*Depending on the season, it may be open until 5:00pm
(1) From Misaki Station on the Shin-Keisei Line, ride the bus bound for Secomedic Hospital for about 15 minutes. Get off at "Andersen Koen" bus stop and walk about 1 minute to the North Gate of Funabashi Andersen Park.
(2) From Misaki Station on the Shin-Keisei Line, ride the bus bound for Komuro Station for about 15 minutes. Get off at "Kenmin no Mori" bus stop and walk about 5 minutes to the North Gate.
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)