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Higashine Park & Playground 

Higashine Park & Playground Higashine Park & Playground (東根公園) is a newly renovated playground with equipment to challenge little ones. Located just 10 minutes on foot from Buta Park (Pig Park) at Komazawa Olympic Park #4 on our list of Top 10 Recommended Baby and Kids Parks in Tokyo and an 11 minute walk to Fusumacho Park Playground and Bicycle Traffic Safety Park. It`s a great area to spend the day.

The main focus of the playground is their wooden structure equip with bridge, slide, net and rope wall. They also have a rope swing, teeter totter, two swings, sandbox, mini slide and plenty of space to run around. The park has a water fountain, old Japanese payphone, drink vending machine and clean toilet as well.

Start your morning with healthy breakfast at Mr Farmer in Komazawa Park, explore the various playgrounds within the park then grab a bite at Freshness Burger, Grunmeal Recovery Cafe (both located across the street from Mr. Farmer) or opt for fast food at Komazawa Parks Cafe. Then head out to Higashine Park or Fusumacho Park Playground and Bicycle Traffic Safety Park. Have fun!



P.S. If you or your family members suffer from excessive sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose or a scratchy throat you might be experiencing an allergy from Japanese cedar pollen, or sugi tree, known as kafunsho (花粉症)/hay fever. Read our Top 10 Ways to Survive Hay Fever (kafunsho) Season in Japan. Also, Spring Break is approaching! Escape the city with these Top Recommended Family Friendly Day Trips from Tokyo.

Higashine Park & Playground 

Higashine Park & Playground 

Higashine Park & Playground Details:

Address: 1-23-10 Higashigaoka, Meguro, Tokyo 152-0021
Access: 10 minutes on foot from Komazawa-Daigaku Station.


Higashine Park & Playground (東根公園)


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