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Updated: March 22, 2022
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Oifutochuo Kaihin Park has one of Tokyo's biggest sports areas, which includes a JAAF Type-3 certified athletic stadium, six baseball diamonds, and tennis courts. Nagisa Forest lies to the west of the sports area and is a waterside park beside the Keihin canal where you can fish. There is also a plaza for cherry-blossom viewing, and a dog run for pet owners.
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