Located approximately 40 kilometers southwest of Tokyo, Camp Zama is a United States army base in the cities of Zama and Sagamihara..
Aside from its sunflowers, Zama is also a welcoming spot to relax in nature. Explore forest paths, wetland boardwalks, and seasonal flowers at Zama Yatoyama Park and pack a picnic to enjoy at one of its many seating areas among the trees. Other notable parks include Zama Park, Himawari Park, Kanigasawa Park, and Fujiyama Park, which feature not only nature walks, but also sports fields, playgrounds, and open areas for sitting. As you unwind in nature, heal your mind and spirit with visits to Zama Shrine, Shoukoku-ji Temple, and/or Suzuka Shrine.
For car enthusiasts, Zama’s Nissan Heritage Collection is a must-see. This private car gallery holds over 400 hundred cars from the 1920s to 2010s and is free to enter! Just be sure to book a reservation online.