Mei Xiaolu Park should belong to Railway Theme Park. Most of its landscape sketches and recreational facilities are related to trains. There are trams to ride. Souvenir shops and ice cream cars are transformed from two abandoned trains. There are also some small items related to railways. Another carriage is designed to show the internal structure of past trains. It is a small recreational space where visitors can rest in their seats and take a nap or something.
Near Ibis, I strolled along the road. There was an aquarium beside it. The Park was very open. There were many trees blooming and beautiful.
Quiet and beautiful park to the Railway Museum passes by local residents for a walk inside because there are not many people going on weekdays. There are children's slides and rope climbing, when the sun goes down, it's really suitable to sit down and think about something. In addition, the aquarium and the railway museum are next to the park.
An open park is used as an emergency shelter. It's very large. There's a big lawn. Many families with children play here. There's also the Kyoto Aquarium. If you complain that you can only see tourists when you travel to scenic spots, Mei Xiaolu Park is a place where you can get in touch with the local people.
(The sky is getting dark. Walk along the railway to Mei Xiaolu Park. In Japanese movies, railways are very common scenes and symbols. Now I am walking beside the railway in Kyoto, and I have a real feeling of traveling in Japan. I've always preferred the first few days of each trip to be fresh and enthusiastic.
Be sure to come and play. This place is the place where you can see what Japanese like best.