Akatsuka Park

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Akatsuka Park stretches east to west along the Takashimadaira Housing Complex and the Metropolitan Expressway #5. The park is full of variety with its natural woods, walking paths, fields, and sports facilities.

The "Akatsuka Green Area" was to be created in 1943 as part of an urban planning project, but that plan was interrupted by World War II. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government eventually acquired the land to form a park in 1972 under a land readjustment program, and opened Akatsuka Park in 1974.

Opened: June 1, 1974
Area: 254,185.06 m2 (some areas are state-owned property provided under gratuitous loan)
Trees: Tall trees: 11,800, shrubs: 12,200
Main plants: Ginkgo, Japanese apricot, Japanese zelkova, cherry (someiyoshino), orange osmanthus, azalea, soft windflower, wax myrtle, stone oak, metasequoia, moso bamboo
Facilities: Athletic field (300 meters), baseball field (1 diamond), tennis courts (7 courts), barbecue area

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

3 Takashimadaira/7,8 Tokumaru/2 Yotsuba/Daimon/4, 5, 8 Akatsuka

Itabashi-ku

Access

By train:10 minutes by foot from Takashimadaira Station on the Toei Mita Line

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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