Fuchunomori Park

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In 1965, the former U.S. military Fuchu Base was moved according to a base integration plan, and Fuchunomori Park was created on part of the site. The park serves as a relaxing “forest” for local citizens. A flower promenade runs through the center of the park, dividing it into the sports zone on the east side and the water zone on the west side where many children and their parents come to play. This park has a great deal of variety; the south part of the water zone contains a spacious lawn, hills, and a forest that reproduces the woods of the old Musashino area, while the southeast block has a Japanese garden. A large cultural zone has also been created in Fuchu City centered on this park, including the Fuchu Theater to the south, the Fuchu Art Museum to the north, and the Lifelong Learning Center.

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Address

1 Asama-machi/2 Midori-cho/2 Tenjin-cho

Fuchu-shi

Access

By train:10 minutes by foot from Higashi-fuchu Station on the Keio Line

By bus:From Musashi-koganei Station on the JR Chuo Line, take the Keio Bus for Fuchu Station (via Ipponmatsu) and get off at the Tenjin-nichome stop

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