Shinozaki Park

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This park spans west from the dike on the Edo River that separates Tokyo and Chiba. With fields and sports facilities, it is a precious resource for eastern Tokyo (which has few green areas).

The predecessor of the park was a project to celebrate the 2,600th year since the founding of Japan in 1940. Part of the area held an anti-aircraft battery, and the rest was agricultural land. After World War II the area was restored to parkland, and a portion was opened in 1967. Further development of the park is still ongoing.

Opened: July 26, 1967
Area: 301,905.89 m2
Trees: Tall trees: 6,500, shrubs: 11,100
Main plants: Camphor, cherry (someiyoshino), metasequoia, tulip tree, rose of Sharon
Facilities: Baseball field, small baseball field (also serves as athletic field), tennis courts (sports facilities can be lit up for night use), children's playground, barbeque area (28 areas, reservations required)

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

1, 4 Kami-Shinozaki/5, 6, 7, 8 Shinozaki-machi/1, 2 Nishi-Shinozaki/2 Yagouchi/4 Minami-Shinozaki-machi

Edogawa-ku

Access

By train:[District B (Shishibone)]
13 minutes by foot from Shinozaki Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line

By bus:[District A (Shinozaki Park)]
- From Koiwa Station on the JR Sobu Line, take the Keisei Bus Route Koiwa 72 and get off at the Asama-jinja stop (4 minutes by foot)
- Take the Keisei Bus Route Koiwa 73 and get off at the Koen-iriguchi stop (5 minutes by foot), or take the Toei Subway Shinjuku Line and get off at Shinozaki Station (16 minutes by foot)

[District B (Shishibone)]
From the South Exit of Koiwa Station on the JR Sobu Line, take the Keisei Bus Route Koiwa 73 and get off at the Koiwa-shobosho stop (1 minute by foot)

Parking

Available

For

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

Other services

Facility information

Toilet facilities available |

Universal design

  • Multi-purpose toilet

Map information

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