Category Archives: Koshigaya

>60 Privately Run Indoor Play / Fun / Amusement Centers in Saitama

A list of 64 of the Play / Fun / Amusement Centers (excluding Jidokan community play centers) in the prefecture of Saitama.

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  1. Saitama City
  2. Seibu (Western) Saitama
  3. Tobu Tojo Line
  4. Ageo City
  5. Kawaguchi City
  6. Koshigaya City
  7. Misato City
  8. Kasukabe City
  9. Other Areas in Saitama

SAITAMA CITY

Molly Fantasy’s Kidzoona in Omiya

Molly Fantasy’s Kidzooona (English) – Omiya Aeon, Omiya

Kid-O-Kid in Cocoon 2 Saitama Shintoshin

Bornelund Play World Kid-O-Kid (English)  – Cocoon 2, Saitama Shintoshin, Omiya

The Railway Museum in Omiya

Saitama Railway Museum (English) – Omiya

Ofura Cafe Utatane (Japanese) – Kita Ward

Taiko Athletic (Japanese) – Namco, Stellar Town, Kita Ward

Ultra Athletic** (Japanese) – Namco, Stellar Town, Kita Ward
** Pop up play center available until June 11th

Molly Fantasy (Japanese) – Aeon Mall Urawa Misono, Urawa

Molly Fantasy (Japanese) – Aeon Yono, Aeon

Kid’s US Land (Japanese) – Seiyu Yono branch, Yono

SEIBU (WESTERN) SAITAMA

Kid’s Spocha (Japanese) – Round 1 Stadium, Iruma

Wai Wai Park (Japanese) – Aeon Mall, Iruma

Cats Eye Sayama

Cats Eye (English) – Sayama

Wai Wai Park Sayama

Wai Wai Park (English) – Aeon Mall, Sayama

Tobu Tojo Line

&Nursery (Japanese) – Wako

Kid’s Spocha (Japanese) – Round 1 Stadium, Asaka

Trampoland (English & Japanese) – Niiza

Kid’s US Land (Japanese) – Marui Family, Shiki

Studio Cafe Zoo Adventure

Studio Cafe Zoo Adventure (English) – Lalaport, Fujimi

Team Lab Islands

Team Lab Islands (English) – Lalaport, Fujimi

Kid’s US Land Kamifukuoka

Kid’s US Land (English) – Seiyu, Kamifukuoka, Fujimino

Wanpaku Land (English) – Maruhiro, Kawagoe

Hoppe Kawagoe

Hoppe (English) – Kawagoe

Kid’s US Land (English) – Modi, Kawagoe

Shidax (English) – Shingashi, Kawagoe

Halos Garden (English) – Tsurugashima

Shidax Tsurugashima

Shidax (English) – Tsurugashima

Kid’s US Land in Higashimatsuyama

Kid’s US Land (English) – Seiyu, Higashimatsuyama

Aruzo Land

Aruzo Land (English) – Aruzo Net / Matsubori Real Estate, Higashimatsuyama

Sweet Fantasy Pacc’n

Sweet Pacc’n Fantasy (English) – Peony Walk Mall, Higashimatsuyama

Children’s castle slide

Children’s Castle (English) – Saitama Children’s Zoo, Higashimatsuyama

Shidax, Higashimatsuyama

Shidax (English) – Higashimatsuyama

AGEO CITY

Kids Spocha

Kid’s Spocha (English) – Round 1 Stadium, Ageo

Niko Niko Garden

Niko Niko Garden (English) – Festa, Ageo

Saitama Ice Arena (Japanese) – Ageo

Maneki Neko (Japanese) – Ageo

 

KAWAGUCHI CITY

Molly Fantasy (Japanese) – Aeon Mall Kawaguchi Maekawa

Yu Kids Island (Japanese) – Aeon Mall Kawaguchi Maekawa

Rainbow Coloured Train (Niji Iro Train) (Japanese) – Kawaguchi Station

Wai Wai Park (Japanese) –  Aeon Mall Kawaguchi

Kid’s US Land (Japanese) – The Price Kawaguchi

Kid’s US Land (Japanese) – Aeon Mall Kawaguchi

KOSHIGAYA CITY

Kid is... (Japanese) – Aeon Lake Town

Molly Fantasy Skid’s Garden (Japanese) – Aeon Lake Town

Bornelund Tot Garden (Japanese) – Aeon Lake Town

Asobi Park Plus  (Japanese) – Namco, Aeon Lake Town

Flystation (English) – near Aeon Lake Town

Kid’s US Land  – Rakuen Town

MISATO CITY

Thomas Town (Japanese) – Lalaport, Shin Misato

Smaland (English) – Ikea, Shin Misato

Graffiti Kingdom (Japanese) – Ito Yokado

Kid’s Castle Misato (Japanese) – Piala City

Kid’s Spo-cha Round 1 Stadium (Japanese on a personal blog) – Lalaport Shinmisato {Spo-cha information in English}

KASUKABE CITY

Kasukabe Yumoto Hot Spring (English) – Kasukabe

Wai Wai Park (Japanese) – Aeon Mall, Kasukabe

OTHER AREAS IN SAITAMA

Wai Wai Park (Japanese) – Kumagaya

Soyu Himitsu No Mori

Soyuu Himitsu No Mori (English) – Mallage, Kuki

Kids Spocha (Japanese) – Round 1 Kurihashi, Kuki

Nicopa Soka Toneri  (Japanese) – Shimachu Homes Soka Toneri, Soka

Nicopa Satte (Japanese) – Maruetsu, Satte

Sweet Fantasy Pacc’n (English) – Benibana Walk, Okegawa

Kid’s Park

Kid’s Park  – Elumi, Konosu

Molly Fantasy Skids Garden (Japanese) – Aeon Kita Toda, Toda

Molly Fantasy Skids Garden (Japanese) – Aeon Mall Hanyu

Play Kingdom Peekaboo (Japanese) – Aeon Mall Hanyu

Wai Wai Park (Japanese) – Aeon Town, Kamisato
All information was correct, to the best of my knowledge, at the time of publishing; May 31st 2017. Please do check with the official site for up-dates.  If you know of any other indoor play center (excluding jidokan community play centers) please do leave a comment or send a private message through the Saitama With Kids Facebook page. Thank you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flystation Japan opening soon | KOSHIGAYA

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A JAPAN FIRST in Koshigaya, Saitama.

The first ever flystation indoor skydiving center in Japan will open by the end of March 2017 in Koshigaya Saitama. Soon we will have the rare opportunity to experience flying without  jumping out of a plane! The center uses a vertical wind-tunnel for skydiving simulation of falling at about 200 kilometers per hour.

They provide all the necessary equipment such as suit and helmet and a trained instructor is in the room with you.  Children from four years of age are able to participate.  Prices are not yet known.

The center is being built within walking distance of Musashino line Koshigaya Laketown station.  They expect to have parking for about 40 cars. They will be open 9 am to 11 pm seven days a week.

URL: http://flystation.jp/
The featured photo for this post is from the official website.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flystationjp/

Other places of interest in Koshigaya:

URL UPDATED Shirakobato Water Park with Beach | KOSHIGAYA

Cafe Barbapapa @ Lake Town | KOSHIGAYA

 

Cafe Barbapapa @ Lake Town | KOSHIGAYA

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Today, is the year anniversary of the opening of Café Barbapapa in Lake Town Koshigaya. It was the first and remains the only Café Barbapapa themed cafe in all of Japan.  The French character is quite popular in Japan and the cafe has proved to be a huge hit. It can get quite crowded at times, but you can avoid having to queue or, even worse, being turned away, if you book by telephone in advance.

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The cafe has a number of draws, including the Barbapapa motifs and decorations, character goods and a fun menu. The menu is quite decent for a themed cafe. For kids the curry kids plate with dessert is one of the favourites and is reasonable enough at 734 yen. Its not a huge portion so is best suited to smaller children. They have a “vegan meat” burger plate for children too, unfortunately they don’t have details of the ingredients of the burger on their website so I can’t attest to how authentic it is. The maple choco pancakes are a bit more expensive at 1166 yen, but are a popular dish with children. They have some novelty drinks including the original cotton candy soda and their latte art selection: Papa Cafe Latte, Mama Maple Latte and Moja Cafe Moka.

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Information

Phone: 048-961-8407

Address: 4-2-2 Kaze 2F Aeon Lake Town, Koshigaya, Saitama 343-0828

Hours: 9 am to 10 pm, 7 days a week

Parking for 10,400 cars, free for the first 5 hours then charged 100 yen per 30 minutes except for weekends

URL: http://www.acrossring.com/brand/barbapapa.html

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Source: Cafe Barbapapa

ACCESS

Minutes walk from Musashino Line Koshigaya Lake Town station.

4 kilometres from Gaikan Misato Interchange on the Tokyo Gaikan Expressway.

 

Other posts about Lake Town on this blog:

In the Event Section

Seasonal Outdoor Ice Rink

Lake Town Outlet Skate Rink | KOSHIGAYA

And in Sun City Koshigaya

Winter Illumination

Sun City Illumination Switch On Event | KOSHIGAYA

Nearby Attractions

OPENING END OF MARCH

Flystation Japan opening soon | KOSHIGAYA

【Information Share】 A JAPAN FIRST in Koshigaya, Saitama. The first ever flystation indoor skydiving center in Japan will open by the end of March 2017 in Koshigaya Saitama. Soon we will have the ra…

Source: insaitama.com/flystation-japan-opening-soon-koshigaya

Shirakobato Water Park with Beach | KOSHIGAYA

Shirakobato was named after the prefectural bird, a collared dove. One of the parks unique features is an imported beach of white sand from Australia. It is one of the most popular water parks with families as the park offers a lot more than just pools. A full list below under “Facilities”. They also organise many events , including kids programmes and beach sports. The park will open full time for the summer from this Saturday.

Hours:
From 9 am on Saturday July 16th 2016. They close at 6 pm until the 16th of August and 5 pm until August 31st 2016.

Cost:
720 yen for adults, 210 yen for primary and JHS students, children under 6 are free. They have a family pass for 2 adults and 2 school age children for 1650 yen. For over 65s, Thursdays are free in for “Senior Day” .

Access:
Take a bus bound for “Suijo Kouen” (水上公園) from Tobu Skytree Line’s Koshigaya Station.
Parking for 1900 cars, which costs 820 yen for the day. (Also see Google Maps at the bottom of post)
Sat nav/GPS: phone number 048-977-5151

Facilities:
9 pools in total, including a wave pool, a pool with sliders and a decent sized children’s pool with 2 low sliders. Plus:

  • Beach
  • Wading river and splash pools
  • Heated tub
  • BBQ areas that you can book in advance
  • Food Corner
  • Bikes for rent
  • Table tennis
  • Miniature Golf
  • Battery cars
  • Ball pool
  • Playground

Other:
The park is wheelchair accessible and has 12 parking spaces for wheelchair and/or lower mobility users and wheelchair friendly ticket gates.  There are 7 toilets for wheelchair users.

Like most water parks in Saitama, visible tattoos are forbidden.

URL:  http://www.shirakobatosuijo.com/

Other seasonal pools / water parks featured on this blog include:

 




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