TF Top 10……Most Interesting Japanese Playground Slides In Tokyo & Chiba

Since early 2017, the ‘Interesting Japanese Playground Structures’ series has been up and running to a surprising rate of success and popularity on Tokyo Fox. All manner of animals, creatures and objects have been incorporated into a range of different playground structures dotted around Japan and I’ve tracked as many down as possible. The majority of them have been slides so here, in no particular order, are the top ten slides from Tokyo and neighbouring prefecture Chiba.

10. Ladybird Slide, Chiba. More details here

9. Octopus Park, Tokyo. More details here

8. Devil Park, Tokyo. More details here

7. Camel Slide, Tokyo. More details here

6. Giraffe Slide, Tokyo. More details here

5. Beetle Slide, Tokyo. More details here

4. Panda Slide, Chiba. More details here

3. Telephone Slide, Chiba. More details here

2. Elephant Slide, Tokyo. More details here

1. Devil Slide, Tokyo. More details here

So that’s my top ten but which is YOUR favourite? Let me know in the comments or if you know of any other interesting playground structures.

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