Ajiro Playground aka The Slide Park (Azabu Juban, Tokyo)

Ajiro Playground (The Slide Park)Ajiro Playground Park (網代公園), better known as the Slide Park, is located near the Azabu Juban shopping street. My kids love this park because of the large cement slide that kids slide down on old pieces of cardboard. There are usually some old pieces lying around, but recommended to bring your own. There is also a great roller slide that is popular with little ones. If you have a 1-3 year old they have a separate play area with a sandbox.  Ajiro Park has plenty of space for kids to run around after a morning of shopping and some kid-friendly restaurants to dine at in the area after play.  Ajiro Park is also the centre of all the kids games during the August Azabu Juban Festival.

The park is located a quick walk from Buzen Udon shop and Dumbo Donuts – both amazing!

If you live in the Azabu Hiroo area, checkout out all of our go to spots here. 

If you are walking around the neighborhood, search out all the Azabu sculptures – makes a great game for kids of all ages. 

Ajiro Playground (The Slide Park), Azabu Ajiro Playground (The Slide Park)Juban


Address: 2-15-1 Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo (東京都港区麻布十番2-15-1)
Phone: 03-5114-8803
Access: A 5 min walk from Azabu Juban Exit 4 (Namboku & Oedo Lines)

A long Rolling Pin Slide
Large cement slide
Ring Tunnel
Parallel bars

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Ajiro Playground (The Slide Park), Azabu


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  1. Make sure your kids are wearing clothes you don’t carry about, because they will get very dirty here (that’s why it’s also called “Dirt Park)! But the kids enjoy it!

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