Shinbayashi park is a pretty park about fifteen minutes on foot from Fujisawa station.
There is an old-fashioned thatch-roofed house there, some lovely trees, and a mildly steep trail that rewards with a view from the top of the surrounding city.
It's not a park that I would specially recommend traveling a great distance to visit, but it's a nice stop if you're in the area.
In the area I was, researching a story about country music in the Kanto area. One of the stops on my schedule was Stagecoach.
Stagecoach's proprietor is a really nice guy named Satoshi Katayama. On the night that I went, it was pretty quiet. There was another customer, who looked about 70, and had with him about a dozen harmonicas, one in every key. He told me proudly that they were Tombo harmonicas, a Japanese manufacturer. He got on stage and performed J-versions of Bridge Over Troubled Water and Blowin' in the Wind. I liked him.
Then Katayama got on stage and played a few tunes: Merle Haggard, Hank Williams. He beckoned me up. I demurred. He cajoled. I declined. He insisted. I was hauled onstage to sing. I picked the first one I knew in his playbook, which was Bye Bye Love. Everly Brothers. He strummed; I sang; Mr. Harmonica took video.
They're very nice there. I recommend it. Then again, I enjoy hanging out with septuagenarians.