Children’s Paradise

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One area in which Japan is light years ahead of North America is in its facilities for kids. Every time I walk past a park here, I wish I was eight years old again so I could go and play on the fantastic climbers and swings. Showa Kinen Koen in Tachikawa City near Tokyo has an incredible children’s playground filled with dragon statues and a giant rubber mountain that kids can jump on.

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