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If you have active youngsters and are looking for a terrific (free!) place to provide hours of creative outdoor play, consider “Tire Park” for your next outing. This playground, covered completely with sand, is filled with big tires in every combination: dinosaurs reaching to the sky, tire “monsters,” regular and tire swings, bridges, slides, climbing equipment, and loose tires lying everywhere for free play. Younger kids will love climbing through the dinosaur’s tail, and older kids will be challenged climbing up the spine. Kids and parents can haul tires up the steps and “tube” down the wide concrete slide. The park offers shaded picnic tables, and there are convenient family restaurants and shops at Kamata station. Plan to spend a good amount of time here…it could be hours before your children “tire” of this playground!

Train: From Shinagawa station, take the Keihin Tohuko line to Kamata station. Take the west exit and then turn left, walking through Tokyu Plaza. Keeping to the left, follow alongside the tracks and walk straight for 10-15 minutes. Just past the driving school, the park is on your right. NOTE: Bring a stroller for younger kids, as the walk back to the station afterwards might be too much for them. Some side street parking is also available.