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Shirakobato Park Festival | KOSHIGAYA

March 17 @ 09:00 - 15:00

Shirakobato Park Festival

The Shirakobato Park Festival will be held on Sunday March 17th 2019 from 9 am to 3 pm. In the event of rain there may be some changes to the line up. What is currently planned for the day:

  • Mini Beach Soccer tournament
  • Nikko Japanese Monkeys
  • Live performances
  • Flea market
  • Rainbow Trout scoop
  • Pet corner
  • Gourmet Food Vans
  • Crafts
  • Police vehicles
  • Fishing game
  • Ball pool
  • Table tennis

The park is free in and it is also free into the event space. However, some of the attractions cost money.

Ball Pool – 150 yen for 10 minutes ~
The ball pool is for children aged between 3 and 8 years old.

Fishing game – 200 yen per game

Rainbow Trout scoop – 500 yen ~
This activity is for primary school aged children. They get to take home three fish. We do this activity annually in a children’s festival in Kawajima and it is a lot of fun. (It is free in Kawajima though!) The kids actually step into the pool and use their hands to catch the fish.

Table tennis tournament – 500 yen

Free events include an origami workshop, the pet corner and spectating at the beach soccer game. You can also view the police vehicles – patrol cars and bikes – for free.

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March 17
09:00 - 15:00
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Shirakobato Water Park


Shirakobato Water Park
985 Osogawa,
Koshigaya, Saitama Prefecture 343-0802 Japan
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