It seems likely that they'll do something else with the space, though... Gorilla Jones 06:23, 2 January 2009 (EST)
Tivoli Park , near Kurashiki Station, is a theme park intended to recreate Copenhagen, Denmark. There are fifty thousand trees, and about two hundred fifty kind of flowers. In the summer, there are fireworks every night. It's open 10am - 8pm (M-Th) and 10am - 9pm (F-Su), and an extra hour in the summer. The park is closed from latter half of January to February. Basic admission is ¥2000 for adults, ¥1700 for teenagers, ¥1000 for children and seniors and free for children under 6, with half-price tickets available after 5pm. Tivoli Park will be closing for good at the end of 2008.
Muscat Stadium, (From Okayama station, take a San'yo line train to Nakasho station (¥230 yen, 12 minutes) and walk 8 minutes.). The biggest baseball stadium in Okayama, established in 1965. It has many facilities, for example, a stadium, tennis courts, a park, and training gym. The stadium has no home team, but is used on occasion for matches and the Hanshin Tigers used it as their training camp in spring 2005.edit
Is this open for public use? If it doesn't have a home team and a traveler can't go there and do something on any given day, I'm not sure it belongs in the article. Gorilla Jones 18:13, 10 May 2009 (EDT)
I had moved this here from the Okayama page a while ago without looking into it further. I'm going to re-add it but change the name. The stadium is not open for public use however, the surrounding area is known as "Kurashiki Sports Park", and that's where the tennis courts, fitness center, scotch(?) court, and free outdoor area are located; all open to the public (for fees). ChubbyWimbus 09:44, 11 May 2009 (EDT)