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Updated: November 29, 2023

Scenic Kasai Rinkai Park offers a natural oasis in a bustling metropolis

Enjoy a park barbecue in the middle of Tokyo, and a ride into the sky on a Ferris wheel, see the sunrise and other stellar views of Tokyo Bay and beyond from a modernist observatory, and see one of Japan’s most impressive collections of marine life at the park aquarium.

General Tips

  • Kasai Rinkai Park is just across the river from Tokyo Disneyland and can be combined with a visit to the amusement park and other periphery attractions
  • Reservations are required for barbecues at Kasai Rinkai Park

Map Legend

  • Walking
  • Taxi
  • Bus
  • Train
  • Water Bus


Kasairinkaikoen Station

This station in Edogawa provides easy access to scenic Kasai Rinkai Park from Tokyo Station. Kasairinkaikoen Station serves both the JR Keiyo Line and JR Musashino Line.

Walking2 mins


Central Tokyo’s largest park

Kasai Rinkai Park

Opened in 1989, Kasai Rinkai Park is conveniently located directly across the Edogawa River from Tokyo Disney Resort, with spectacular views of Tokyo Bay. It was built with the aim of restoring and preserving the natural habitat of the bay. It is a perfect respite from the city, filled with walking trails, grassy areas, beaches and gardens. There is something for everyone here—Japan’s second tallest Ferris wheel, an impressive aquarium, a large play area for kids, and designated barbecue areas. One third of the park is comprised of a sea bird sanctuary, a can't-miss for bird enthusiasts. A small train takes you on a 25 minute tour of the park. For a spectacular start to the day, arrive early to savor the sight of a very special Tokyo sunrise.

Walking6 mins


Take in epic views from this impressive structure

Crystal View

This building, a rest area-cum-observation deck, was designed by Yoshio Taniguchi, a famous Japanese architect. The remarkable piece of modern architecture opens onto Tokyo Bay, framing the area like a photograph. Its walls are formed by cage-like bars, making it almost completely transparent. From the outside, one can see the people within, an image of nature and humans harmonizing together. It offers spectacular views of the surrounding areas.

Walking2 mins


See more than 600 species of marine life at this state of the art aquarium

Tokyo Sea Life Park

Located in the middle of Kasai Rinkai Park, Tokyo Sea Life Park is home to marine life from the local waters of Tokyo Bay to the Arctic Circle and everywhere in between. The aquarium’s entrance is marked by an impressive glass dome that rises above the trees of the park, designed by Yoshio Taniguchi in 1989. The aquarium’s most impressive feature is its 2,200-ton tank of bluefin tuna, the first in the world designed specifically so the tuna can move in their natural swimming pattern. This aquarium features more than just fish. You can see over 600 species of marine life from around the world, including penguins swimming around in one of the largest penguin exhibits in Japan.

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