Toneri Park

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The initial plans for Toneri Park began in 1940 as a city planning project to commemorate 2,600 years since founding of Japan. Much of the huge area laid out for this park was lost due to the emancipation of farmland after the war. However, under the auspices of the Japanese government in 1977, Toneri Park finally opened as a commemorative park to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ascension of Emperor Hirohito (the Showa Emperor) in 1981. Further development to this park is still ongoing.

The west side of the park holds a wide array of sports facilities. Those include 14 tennis courts, an athletic field, baseball field, and playground (including a children’s soccer ground). The northeast part is mainly ponds and streams. Many people enjoy barbeques, camping, fishing, and other outdoor activities here during the spring and autumn leisure seasons. A sweet calamus field (yellow iris and sweet calamus) is popular in mid-May, as is the globe-shaped splashing pond in summer and the sledding slope.

Opened June 1, 1981
Area 612,716.90 m2 (some areas are state-owned property provided under gratuitous loan)
Trees: approximately 7,000, grass: 900 m2
Main plants: Camphor, cherry (someiyoshino), Japanese zelkova, weeping willow, metasequoia, yellow iris, narrow-leaved cattail, bald cypress, konara oak, stone oak
Main animals: Commons skimmer, golden flangetail, butterfly skimmer, scarlet skimmer, sympetrum dragonflies, red swamp crawfish, crucian carp, carp, common moorhen, great green warbler, ducks, cormorants
Facilities: Tennis courts, baseball field, playground, free-use field, athletic field, children’s park, dog run, camping field, barbeque area (telephone: 03-3857-3427), sledding slop

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Basic information

Address

Toneri-koen/Nishi-Iko-cho/Toneri-machi/Iriya-machi/1, 2 Kojiya/3 Saranuma

Adachi-ku

Access

By train:1 minute by foot from Toneri-koen Station on the Nippori-Toneri Liner

By bus:- From the West Exit of Takenozuka Station on the Tobu Isezaki Line, take the Tobu Bus (Iriya loop) and get off at the Nakairiya stop
- From the West Exit of Nishi-arai Station on the Tobu Isezaki Line, take the Adachi Community Bus for Toneri-danchi and get off at the Toneri-koen-higashi or Toneri-koen-eki stop

Parking

Available

For

Children | Students | Groups | Couples | Families | Seniors | Seniors |

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Facility information

Toilet facilities available |

Universal design

  • Multi-purpose toilet

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