Akebono Children’s Forest Park (あけぼの子どもの森公園)

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Love exploring out of Tokyo as everything could just move back in time.

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a very retro and old convenience store that looks like it was back in the 1980s

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The park was 30 minutes walk from the station so we here was the view we saw as we strolled along.

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Lots of children out playing since it was the summer holidays.

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Finally, we see the name of the park!!! Hopefully it would be near so.

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Another sign of the park after crossed the park.

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Yes we are finally here!! We are all melting from the heat already.

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This is a free entrance Moomin theme park that was built for the children of Hanno City in Saitama but it was also to welcome children from all over too.

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Here we are visiting the Moomin’s houses and enjoying the nature.

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I think it would be a perfect place to chill when the weather is cooler.

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Though it was very hot when we visited but it was still quite fun to check out the various fantasy theme buildings.

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At least we were close to nature.

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The exhibition hall was air conditioned so we headed there to cool down.

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I think it would be more fun if Baby M understands the figurines.

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Hopefully, one day, she would also enjoy the nature bestowed to this country.

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Visiting Moomin’s house, heavily fashioned with north European flavors.

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Since this is a entry park, it would be nice when the weather is cooler and we could sit down for a picnic. I think we would come here again when she is older and if we are in Japan during Spring or Autumn to picnic and let her run freely.

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