Interesting Japanese Playground Structures #18

Many of the parks and children’s playgrounds in Japan, particularly in Tokyo, are quite poor compared to other countries in terms of space, surroundings and a lack of grass. However, a handful of them do tend to possess extremely creative structures and they will be explored in this series.

Nickname: Big Dog Building

Location: 2-8-11 Fukue, Showa-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture

Nearest Station(s):

Kanayama (17 minutes on foot) on the Tokaido or Chuo Line

      

Disclaimer: Playgrounds are of course intended as fun and safe places for children to enjoy themselves so Tokyo Fox can not stress enough the importance of being considerate and cautious in such places.

Click on the links below to see other ‘Interesting Japanese Playground Structures’ 

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About tokyofox

A Leicester City fan teaching English in Japan
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5 Responses to Interesting Japanese Playground Structures #18

  1. Pingback: Interesting Japanese Playground Structures #19 | Tokyo Fox (東京狐)

  2. Paris says:

    All these playground shots are really rad, You could make a book 🙂

    • tokyofox says:

      Haha! Think I’d need a load more examples for that and sadly I am running out of them! I have a few left to publish this year (and possibly next year!) but I doubt this series will scrape past 25!!

  3. Pingback: Interesting Japanese Playground Structures #20 | Tokyo Fox (東京狐)

  4. Pingback: Interesting Japanese Playground Structures #21 | Tokyo Fox (東京狐)

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