Serigaya Park (芹ヶ谷公園, Serigaya Kōen) is a park near Machida station popular for cherry blossom viewing.
Serigaya Park in Machida is a spacious park full of pools and mini waterfalls that provide a therapeutic backdrop to magnify levels of relaxation. A background of many trees, all a variety of lovely shades of green, combine with the sounds of nature into making this a very pleasant park to be in. It is very popular for cherry blossom viewing, but it is still visually poetic anytime the sun shines. The park is also located right next to the Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts.
Come and experience traditional Japanese costumes, the Jidai Matsuri (or “Period Festival”) and a historical reenactment depicting the lives of warriors who were active around the Satoyama area of Machida during Japan’s feudal period. You can also enjoy performances of the exciting art of gunnery, ancient Japanese martial arts, the art of drawing Japanese swords and breathtaking horseback archery, or yabusame, at the main event site in Serigaya Park.
Social Residence Tama Plaza is a sharehouse located in Shinishikawa, Aoba Ward in Kanagawa Prefecture. It is a 8 minute walk from Tama-Plaza Station, and takes only 20 minutes on the Express train to Shibuya station on the Den-en-toshi line. The sharehouse is conveniently located around various amenities such as a supermarket and a shopping centre.
Yakushi-ike Park is a medium sized park filled with seasonal flowers. Inside the park you can find historic buildings such as the former Nagai family residence and the Ogino family residence.
The Snoopy Museum in Tokyo is the only branch of the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa California. The museum originally opened in Roppongi in 2016, but was relocated to Minami-Machida and reopened in 2018-2019. The reason for the relocation was that the new location had almost twice the area available and also had a green area. The museum offers the visitor multi-dimensional exhibitions which deal with the legacy of Charles M. Schulz and his peanuts. The fan can also see original excerpts from original comics, vintage articles and animations here. In the shop "The Brown's Store" there are original Peanuts fan articles, which were produced exclusively for the Snoopy Museum, and in the "Peanuts Cafe", thematically appropriate menus are offered to linger in a playful atmosphere.
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.