Funabashi Andersen Park

The city of Odense, Denmark is the birthplace of fairy tale author Hans Christian Andersen. Thanks to the city’s full-fledged support, the Funabashi Andersen Park was made a reality and is now known as the Kingdom of Flowers, a park replete with flora of all kinds.

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The city of Odense, Denmark is the birthplace of fairy tale author Hans Christian Andersen. Thanks to the city’s full-fledged support, the Funabashi Andersen Park was made a reality and is now known as the Kingdom of Flowers, a park replete with flora of all kinds.

The park is divided into five zones, each with a variety of beautiful flowers. People can enjoy this floral paradise, along with tons of events and much more all year round.

The world’s largest travel review website, Trip Advisor, placed Funabashi Andersen Park in the No.3 slot on their 2015 Top Amusement Parks — Japan list.

Take the bus from Shin-Keisei Misaki Station to access Funabashi Andersen Park. You can get discount advance tickets at the Seven Eleven, located inside Misaki Station. If you’re planning to visit, don’t miss out!

ACCESS PLAN

Access

(1) From Ueno Station to Matsudo Station on the JR Joban Line (journey time 17 minutes).
Transfer to the Shin-Keisei Line at Matsudo Station and get off at Misaki Station.

(2) From Narita Airport Station to Shin-Kamagaya Station on the Narita Sky Access Line (journey time 29 minutes).
Transfer to the Shin-Keisei Line at Shin-Kamagaya Station and get off at Misaki Station.

Shin-Keisei Bus from Misaki Station

Get on “for Secomedic Hospital”.

Get off at “Andersen Park” (journey time 8 minutes).

Loads of fun for the whole family!

Recommended points

From the Flower Castle Resthouse to the Lizard Net and more, the kid’s garden is full of attractions kids love.

Recommended points

There are workshops on a regular basis to excite children’s five senses. Make some crafts with your kids and join in on the fun!

Recommended points

At the pond, you can find all kinds of different and colorful flowers depending on the season. Kids love running around the One-park Castle.


Bask in nearly 50,000 ornamental plants of 100 species no matter the season

Visitors don’t only get the chance to be mesmerized by the sheer variety of ornamental plants in the garden; they can also join in on seasonal flower events and the Hanado flower mazes, along with many other flower-theme activities. Everyone is sure to get a real feel for the four distinct seasons in Japan.

SUMMERphoto album

AUTUMNphoto album

WINTERphoto album

SPRINGphoto album


Voted the one of the top Amusement Parks 2 years in a row

The world’s largest travel review website, Trip Advisor, has chosen Funabashi Andersen Park as one of the top 10 parks in their Top Amusement Parks — Japan list two years in a row.

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