With more than 230 shops and restaurants, Grandberry Park in Machida is one of the largest and most original outlet malls in the greater Tokyo area. The park has several sports fields and picnic areas, making it ideal for a shopping spree.
The park is based on the concept of an amusement park and is always well attended. There is a market place and also a fish market. Other areas include a huge indoor playground for children, a cinema zone and the “Mont Bell Village”, where you can also climb outdoors and kayak in an artificial pond.
The Snoopy Museum, which opened in 2019, and the adjoining themed café are among the special attractions of Grandberry Park. Friends of Shaun the sheep will also get their money's worth with a special café, shop and museum. You can also buy everything from Hello Kitty and her friends in a large Sanrio store.
Granberry Park is adjacent to Minami-Machida Station (Den-en-toshi Line). It's 33 min from Shibuya by Express train, or 15 minutes from Machida Station (changing at Chuo-Rinkan).
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