Yumenoshima Park

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This park was built on reclaimed land surrounded by canals and waterways. Yumenoshima (the “island of dreams”) was born as a landfill in 1974, and for a long time many people thought of it as a place where trash is buried. But today, you would never image a mountain of trash at Yumenoshima Park. This green multipurpose park is a true island of dreams, with a tropical greenhouse dome, athletic field, and the Daigo Fukuryu Maru Exhibit Hall. Centered around a colosseum, the park has approximately 120 cherry trees, and visitors can relax and enjoy the blossoms of spring as well as a variety of wild grasses throughout the year. Since the park used to be a landfill, many naturalized plants can be seen.

Opened October 1, 1978
Area 433,212.23 m2
Trees Tall trees: 10,300, shrubs: 11,700 m2, grass: 50,000 m2
Main plants Eight varieties of eucalyptus, cockspur coral tree, Canary Island date palm, camphor, black pine, silver wattle, stone oak, cherry, ubame oak, amomi semen, orange cosmos, buckwheat
Facilities Tropical greenhouse dome (telephone: 03-3522-0281), athletic field (telephone: 03-3522-0281), BumB Tokyo Sports Cultural Center (telephone: 03-3521-7321), Daigo Fukuryu Maru Exhibit Hall (telephone: 03-3521-8494), Koto Ward Yumenoshima Athletic Field (telephone: 03-3522-0846), Koto Ward baseball field (telephone: 03-3521-8265)

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Basic information

Address

1, 2 Yumenoshima

Koto-ku

Access

By train:7 minutes by foot from Shinkiba Station on the JR Keiyo Line/Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line/Rinkai Line

By bus:From Toyocho Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, take the Toei Bus (Toyocho-Shinkiba/Toyocho-Wakasa-kaihin-koen) and get off at the Yumenoshima stop

Parking

Available

For

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

Other services

Facility information

Toilet facilities available |

Universal design

  • Multi-purpose toilet

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