Lake Sagami Pleasure Forest
Lake Sagami Pleasure Forest is a large leisure facility combining outdoor facilities such as campsites or barbecue sites, and an amusement park.
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Ride the park’s Ferris wheel for panoramic views of the mountainous landscape, Lake Sagami, and even Tokyo. The Ferris wheel also has magnificent views of the illuminated displays during the Sagamiko Illumillion.
Lake Sagami Pleasure Forest (previously Sagamiko Picnic Land) is an amusement park in Sagamihara, Kanagawa. Being only an hour from Tokyo, the resort is home to many popular events, attractions, and activities. Visit in the daytime to enjoy spectacular sights and sounds, or come at night for the famous Sagamiko Illumillion, a brilliant illumination event held from November to early April.
Pretty night lights aren’t the only thing that Lake Sagami Pleasure Forest has to offer. Kids can go crazy on the Hustle Spider, a giant complex network web of a jungle gym. Inside there are rope bridges and climbing nets suspended over safety nets. Or how about a test of courage in the dark at Halloween? Ride secured bicycles across high beams or scream as you ride the Oozora Tengoku, a ride that claims to take you to heaven as it swings you up into the sky.
Challenge yourself at the Three-Dimensional Maze as you go through twists and turns to try to find your way out. There are fake doors and dead ends all trying to stop you from reaching the goal. And for fans of ninja or parkour, be sure to try the Muscle Monster! This giant beast of a structure will challenge you in every physical way possible as you leap and climb your way from platform to platform all in hopes of ringing a small suspended bell overlooking Lake Sagami. You only have your muscles and your safety harness to rely on — can you make it to the top?
When you’re feeling hungry, head over to the all-you-can-eat barbecue at Wild Dining. There’s plenty to be had with beef, sausages, carrots, sweet potatoes, and more. Enjoy the outdoor seating for a real barbecue picnic feel. If you’re not in the mood for outdoor dining, or the weather is against you, the cafeteria has plenty to offer, from pizza to noodle and rice dishes. There’s something to satisfy everyone in your group.
Chills and thrills aren’t all the Lake Sagami Pleasure Forest has to offer though. Once you’ve burned through the attractions and maybe filled your stomach with some good food, why not refresh your body after a hard day? Head over to Ururi, the hot spring attached to the amusement park. You can even enjoy a relaxing massage, perfect for soothing your muscles after the series of physical challenges.
Getting to Lake Sagami Pleasure Forest is a snap. Simply go to Sagamiko Station on the JR Chuo Line (connected to major stations like Tokyo and Shinjuku Station). At Sagamiko Station, you’ll ride the local bus for Mikage from bus platform #1; you’ll reach Lake Sagami Pleasure Forest in about 8 minutes.
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities may change their operating days or hours. Check the official website for the latest information.
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