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Kids Park the Fun Do

Massive investment in local amenities for children has resulted in a number of new "Kids Park the Fun Do" recreational parks springing up across Osaka. Here's one of the latest to open in the city.

Features include a tree to make it feel like Hawaii.


Surrounding buildings allow children to wallow in a feeling of spacelessness, and also protects them from windy conditions.


Blue benches combine deleriously with a green chair to create an atmosphere of joy.


Ashtrays ensure children who smoke are catered for.


A popular feature of the new park: bars. Not only red, but also a yellow one on the end, creating an element of surprise.


A variety of air-conditioner motors ensure that any children who have just had their hair washed can get it dried in no time at all as they slide down the slide.
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On Friday, 25 August, 2006, Anonymous jonny taise said:

i always chuckle when i come here.  



On Friday, 25 August, 2006, Anonymous Hal Udell said:

The problem is when my daughter sees a slide, she's got to use it, no matter where. We left Osaka for the greener surroundings of Kyoto...  



On Friday, 25 August, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said:

This post is one of your funniest. Thank you.  



On Saturday, 26 August, 2006, Blogger bogue said:

That's it, what with the photo of the grass the other week, I'm upping sticks and moving to Osaka with my 1 year old right away. The quality of life, not to mention the child friendly facilities, seem so much higher in Kansai...  



On Sunday, 27 August, 2006, Anonymous RisingSunOfNihon said:

That is actually depressing. I mean as a child I remember running around freely in a such big places... but for some kids I guess thats not a choice.  



On Wednesday, 30 August, 2006, Blogger Mongol Nomad said:

hi, i have been enjoying reading your blog. i would like to recommend it on my site on blogday.
thank you. keep up the good work.  



On Thursday, 31 August, 2006, Blogger Marie said:

Surely, you jest.
I love your humor!  



On Monday, 12 November, 2007, Blogger Zaty said:

LMAO. your sense of humor is awesome, your sarcasm is entertaining!

you should try for travelling agents, you can make anything sound more pleasant than it really is (whch is usually the case anyway).  



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