Fuchu no Mori Park of Fuchu Forrest Park is an expansive and impeccably maintained metropolitan park in Fuchu City that represents the lush green forests, hills, and waterfront of Musashino.

It has various sports facilities such as a baseball field, tennis courts, soccer and field hockey fields, etc. In addition, it has a playground for children, a water playground, and a large grass plaza.

When entering the park from the north entrance, you will see the Fuchu Art Museum on the left side, and from there, there is a path named Flower Promenade that extends to the Flower Plaza located slightly south of the center of the park.

This is lined with cherry blossom trees, and in spring, visitors are sure to be greeted by cherry blossoms in full bloom. The park, including the Flower Promenade, is beautifully maintained and is often used for filming dramas.

Nearby is Fuchu Station on the Keio Line, and there are many places to stroll, including the national natural monument “Baba Daimon no Zelkova Avenues” and the Fuchu Horse Race Track.

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Park Name Fuchu no Mori Park
府中の森公園
Park Address 1 Sengen-cho and 2 Midorimachi, Fuchu City, Tokyo
Playground equipment Combination playground equipment, ropeway, slide, athletic equipment, spring playground equipment
Facilities Fuchu Art Museum, Fuchu no Mori Art Theater, baseball field, tennis courts, soccer field, water playground
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Combination Playground Equipment Giraffe Slide Seesaw
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Ropeway Various types of athletic equipment Spring playground equipment
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Baseball field Soccer field Tennis court
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Japanese garden Green promenade Water playground
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Fuchu Art Museum Fuchu no Mori Art Theater Rest Area / Shops
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Grass Square Monuments in the park Guide Map of the Park

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive

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