Tsujido Seaside Park
Tsujido Seaside Park
Tsujido Seaside Park
Tsujido Seaside Park
Tsujido Seaside Park
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The city park was built along National Route 134 on the former site of Japan-America Navy training center and opened in 1971. It occupies an area of 19.9-hectare. There are many facilities in the park. This includes the Jumbo Pool (a large pool complex with six pools), the Transportation Park (where you can learn the rules of the road and how to ride a bicycle safely), the Transportation Exhibition Hall (a building with driving simulations and models of land, sea and air transports), a 2-hectare open field, a beautiful flower studio and flower garden, a multi-purpose open field where visitors can play soccer and rugby, as well as the Shonan Forest on a hill above national highway tunnel. In the Transportation Park, you can also find an exhibit of Odakyu's 2600-type train (Kuha 2658).

  • Address

    3-2 Tsujidonishikaigan, Fujisawa, Kanagawa

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  • Entry fee

    Free entry to park
    *Access to Jumbo Pool, Multi-Purpose Open Field, Transportation Exhibition Hall are not free (check official website for details)

  • Opening Hours

    Park is open all day. *Not all facilities are open 24/7 (check official website for details)

  • Closed

    Transportation Park is closed every Monday (except on national holidays)
    Jumbo Park is only open from July 12 to September 15.

  • Website

    http://www.kanagawa-park.or.jp/tujidou...

  • Best Season

    All year

  • Point

    Designated as Top 50 Parks in Kanagawa.

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    10 minutes by bus from JR Tsujido Station to Tsujido Seaside Park-mae. It is a short walk from there.

    10 minutes from Fujisawa IC on Shin-Shonan By-pass.

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