Located in a city park amid old skyscrapers and apartment buildings is Hanayashiki, Japan’s oldest amusement park (circa 1892). This park is built on multiple levels, with many rides and attractions stacked on top of each other, encircled by Japan’s oldest roller coaster (circa 1952). Hanayashiki is a very touristy place, but in a good way, and getting there is an adventure in itself—don’t miss walking through the bazaar and traditional Japanese temple near the amusement park. If you want a taste of “old Tokyo,” Hayanashiki would be a good morning or afternoon jaunt. But be advised—this park’s sense of humor is a bit “earthy.”
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