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Andersen Park

Andersen Park is composed of Children's Kingdom with Japan's largest athletic fields and a park where people can touch small animals, Fairy Tale Hill that is a reproduction of the country view of Denmark in the 1800s when Andersen, a writer of stories for children, was born and raised, and a children's art museum where children can make things freely and experience the joy of making things.
This approx. 28.5 ha-wide greenery park will allow children and grownups, being kids again, to play.

Basic Information


Funabashi City, Chiba 274-0054



Toilet Facilities


By Bus

10 minutes by bus bound for SECOMEDIC (hospital) from Misaki Stn. on Shin Keisei Line.
The park is near the bus stop, "Andersen Park."

Other Information

Foreign Language Pamphlets

English|Chinese (Simplified)|Korean

Best Time or Season to Visit


Universal Design

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)/Parking for the Disabled (Wheelchair-Friendly)/Automatic Entrance Doors/Elevator/Toilet with Handrails/Multi-Purpose Toilet/Diaper Changing Area/Baby Chair or High Chair/Ostomate Facilities /Wheelchair Rental /Stroller Rental (Charges May Apply) /Nursing Room /Floor Height Difference in Facility /Steep Slope in Facility

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This information is information as of September 17, 2014.

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