China News Service, August 31. According to Kyodo News Agency, the "Toshimaen" amusement park in Nerima District, Tokyo, Japan, opened in 1926, ceased operations on the 31st. Many people who went to bid farewell made the scene very lively. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government plans to acquire some of its parks, and plans to create a theme park for the popular movie "Harry Potter" are also in progress.
Data map: On January 9, 2017, a group of girls in kimono celebrate their 20th birthday and ride a roller coaster at the Toshimaen amusement park in Tokyo, Japan.
On August 31, local time, many adults and children wearing masks gathered in front of the gate from early morning. Before 9 o'clock in the morning, the playground opened in advance, and people flocked to their favorite amusement projects, taking pictures while queuing.
The artist Kato Tomohiro (38 years old) from Nerima District said that he had come to play at "Toshimaen" since he was a child. He said, "It is shocking that things that are accustomed to will disappear. You have to play until the last minute." 4 of Kato Reading Nursery School The eldest son Zhe Duo said excitedly: "I feel a pity, but I want to swim in the water park."
"I want to say thank you for the amusement projects that have been served so far." A male company employee (23 years old) who had lived near Toshimaen in the past said with emotion. "The greening here is very good, and I hope that the follow-up facilities can do the same."
"Toshima Park" is operated by a subsidiary of Seibu Railway, and there is a wooden carousel with a history of more than 100 years in the park. On the evening of the 31st, the "last ceremony" will be held in the park, and the Harry Potter theme park is scheduled to open in the first half of 2023.