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Mumin Valley - Akebono Children's Forest Park -
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「あけぼの子どもの森公園は「平成記念子供の森公園」として国から指定を受け、飯能市が建設して平成9年7月に開園いたしました。この公園は、フィンラン ドの作家トーベ・ヤンソンさんの『ムーミン童話』の世界を取り入れ、「自然との共生・自我と自由の尊重」という『ムーミン童話』に通ずる理念を掲げていま す。子どもたちが、飯能の自然に囲まれたこの公園で楽しく遊びながら、さまざまな体験を通してそれぞれ独自の個性を伸ばし、仲間を思いやる心をもって成長 していくことを願っています」

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