Oizumi-Chuo Park

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Situated on Tokyo's border with Saitama Prefecture, Izumi-Chuo Park is part of what was once an Imperial army academy and then the U.S. military's Camp Asaka after World War II. The part that became the park was used as a golf course for the base. After the land was returned from the U.S. military, it was developed as an approximately 10-hectare park that opened in June 1990.

The park has a pond that makes lavish use of water, befitting the name "Oizumi," which means "large spring" in Japanese. It also has a baseball field, athletic field, sunny field, and other facilities for sports and recreation under the blue sky. Oizumi-Chuo Park is beloved as a park where everyone from small children to the elderly can have fun in safety and comfort.

Opened: June 1, 1990
Area: 103,000.00 m2 (some areas are state-owned property provided under gratuitous loan)
Trees: Japanese apricot, orange osmanthus, Japanese zelkova, cherry (someiyoshino, yama-zakura, Japanese bird cherry), dogwood, Japanese camellia, kousa dogwood
Facilities: Baseball field (equipped for night games, fees apply), athletic field (400 meter track, fees apply), fountain, wooden playground equipment, sandbox

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

9 Oizumigakuen-cho

Nerima-ku

Access

By bus:- From the South Exit of Narimasu Station on the Tobu Tojo Line, take the bus for Oizumi-gakuen-kitaguchi and get off at the Nagakubo or Oizumi-Chuo-koen stop. (20 minutes)
- From Oizumi-gakuen Station on the Seibu Ikebukuro Line, take the bus for the South Exit of Narimasu Station and get off at the Nagakubo or the Oizimi-Chuo-koen stop (20 minutes)

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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