Mizumoto Park

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Built along the Koaidame flood control basin, Mizumoto Park is the only park in Tokyo with riverside town scenery. This area was designated as the Metropolitan Edogawa Suigo Nature Park until 1975. Large and small canals drawn from the Koaidame flood control basin run through the park, creating riverside town scenery. Poplar, metasequoia, alder, and other trees that grow well near water have been planted in the park. Many aquatic plants such as Japanese iris, water lily, and cow lily can also be seen.

Opened: April 1, 1965
Area: 921,539.98 m2 (some areas are state-owned property provided under gratuitous loan)
Trees: Tall trees: 18,900, shrubs: 61,800 m2, grass: 149,300 m2
Main plants: Chinese elm, camphor, black pine, cherry, alder, poplar, metasequoia, American sweetgum, bald cypress, hydrangea, floating heart, prickly water lily, Japanese iris, narrow-leaved cattail, softstem bulrush, Indian rice
Events: Iris Festival (June), Children’s Festival (April)
Facilities: Outdoor stage, youth camp field, dog run, adventure field, barbeque area (telephone: 03-5876-3434), kingfisher home (administered by Katsushika Ward, telephone: 03-3627-5201), meeting hall (cool arbor), multi-use field

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Basic information

Address

Misato-shi, Saitama Prefecture/Mizumoto-koen/5, 8 Higashikana-machi

Katsushika-ku

Access

By bus:From Kanamachi Station on the JR Joban Line (directly connected to Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line) or from Keisei Kanamachi on the Keisei Kanamachi Line, take the Keisei Bus for Togasaki-soshajo or for Nishimizumoto-sanchomeand get off at the Mizumoto-koen stop (7 minutes by foot)
* There is a temporary bus service on Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays from March to November

Parking

Available

For

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

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Facility information

Toilet facilities available |

Universal design

  • Automated external defibrillator (AED)

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