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Ebisu South Park (Squid Park) Playground

We stumbled upon this adorable park after a Blue Seal ice cream break and train viewing near the Ebisu Garden Place. Ebisu South Park (Squid Park) Playground is a small playground located on the far side of the train tracks across from the Garden Place. Renovated in 2016 it`s a nice park with playground equipment, batting cage, clean toilets, vending machine and benches. Located a few minutes walk from the park is Kageoka Park Playground, Blue Seal Ice Cream Shop and the Mitsukoshi Department Store.

 

The Playground has the following equipment:

– Triple Banana Slide
– 2 swings
– Monkey bars
– Climbing Equipment
– Strength training equipment
– Batting Cage
Batting Cage Hours: July – September (9:00 – 18:00) October – June (9:00 – 17:00)
– Cafes and Restaurants at Garden Place less than a minute walk away
– 7/11 convenient store around the corner

Ebisu South Park Playground Details:

Address: 1-26-1 Ebisuminami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-3463-1211
Access: 5 minute walk from Ebisu Station on the Garden Walkway. 1 minute walk from Ebisu Garden Place.
Website: https://www.city.shibuya.tokyo.jp/shisetsu/koen/kuritsu/index.html

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Ebisu South Park (Squid Park) Playground

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