Introducing the best barbecue sites in Tokyo. From barbecue sites where you can enjoy a view of the ocean to riverside facilities and those surrounded by trees, we have everything you need to know. How about having fun with your friends, family, or as a couple?
Kasai Rinkai Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)
Kasai Rinkai Park in Tokyo’s Edogawa Ward is a barbecue facility that requires reservations, and offers a variety of plans so you can go empty-handed and enjoy yourself. The park has a playground, plaza, and scenery that is full of fun, so why not go out on a sunny day?
Tatsumi no Mori Seaside Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Tatsumi no Mori Kaihin Koen (Tatsumi Forest Seaside Park) in Koto-ku, Tokyo is a free facility. You need to make a reservation in advance at the management office. Last reservation is until 13:00. The park is closed in winter (December to February).
Gyokofuto Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Akatsukifuto Park in Tokyo’s Koto Ward is a free-of-charge facility, and only barbecue stoves and other equipment are available for use. Why don’t you enjoy barbecuing with your friends while feeling the sea breeze?
Yumenoshima Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Yumenoshima Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo, is a reservation-only facility that can be used free of charge. The barbecue area faces the yacht harbor, so you can enjoy barbecuing while feeling a sense of openness. There is no rental or sale of utensils and materials, so you need to bring your own.
Oshima Komatsugawa Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Oshima Komatsugawa Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo is a reservation-only facility and is free to use. The maximum number of people per table is 20.
Edogawa Ward General Recreation Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Fuji Park in Sogo Recreation Park in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo, are available by reservation only and can be picked up at the park management office. Hours of use are from 10:00 to 16:00, and open fires (bonfires, etc.) are prohibited.
Shinozaki Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Shinozaki Park in Tokyo’s Edogawa Ward can be reserved by phone. The facility has a total of 28 sections (9 sections with tables and 19 sections without tables), and each section can accommodate about 25 people.
Kiba Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)
There are 20 sections of barbecue plazas in Kiba Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo, and reservations are required. No equipment rental or food sales are available, so you will need to prepare your own food.
Toshi Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Toneri Koen in Adachi-ku, Tokyo is a spacious facility with 50 sites and a barbecue plaza shop. The facility can be used for day camping, overnight camping, and barbecues. For inquiries about the facilities, please contact the Park Service Center (TEL: 03-3857-2308).
Shioiri Park (Arakawa Ward, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Shioiri Park in Arakawa Ward, Tokyo, have 14 table-bench sites and water and washing facilities. Because there are only a few sites available, reservations can be difficult to obtain, so we recommend making reservations as early as possible. Reservations can be made one month in advance.
Hamacho Park (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Hamacho Park in Chuo-ku, Tokyo are available for free from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm for day campers. Except for the year-end and New Year holidays and the third Monday of each month (or the following day if the day falls on a national holiday), the facilities are available all year round and griddles, nets and buckets are available for rent. Applications can be made at the Sports Center.
Toyomi Sports Park (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)
Toyomi Sports Park Day Camp Ground is a day camp facility located on the waterfront and is open all year round from 10am to 6pm. There is no charge to use the facilities, and registration is available at the Toyomi Community Center office. Griddles, nets and buckets are available for rent. Why don’t you enjoy barbecuing at the open day camp site?
National Showa Memorial Park (Tachikawa City, Tokyo)
The barbecue garden at the National Showa Memorial Park in Tachikawa City, Tokyo, is a facility where you can casually enjoy barbecue. With barbecue package plans, tool rental plans, and a well-stocked shop, this is truly a spot where you can enjoy the outdoors with nothing to spare.
Koyamauchiura Park (Machida City, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Oyamadairi Koen in Machida City, Tokyo are available by reservation only. Reservations can be made one month in advance and are free of charge. Users are required to provide their own barbecue equipment and foodstuffs.
Wadabori Park (Suginami-ku, Tokyo)
Wadabori Park in Suginami Ward, Tokyo, is a free of charge facility, but reservations are required. The park is open every day of the year except New Year holidays.
Akatsuka Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Akatsuka Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, are free of charge and are available by reservation only. Basically, you can use the facilities every day except for the year-end and New Year holidays. You will need to prepare all of your own food and utensils.
Arakawa Iwafuchiseki Green (Kita-ku, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Arakawa-Iwabuchiseki Ryokuchi in Kita-ku, Tokyo is located along the Arakawa River and is available on a first-come, first-served basis with no reservations required. There are a total of 10 kamado (latrines) available, and there is no equipment rental service. Why not enjoy barbecuing with your friends in the open green space along the river?
Akabane Nature Park (Kita-ku, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Akabane Shizen Kansatsu Koen (Akabane Nature Park) in Kita-ku, Tokyo, is a facility with 10 kettles, sinks, work tables and wash stations. Reservations are required to use the facilities, and they are free of charge. Why not enjoy barbecuing while getting in touch with nature?
Musashino Central Park (Musashino City, Tokyo)
Musashino Central Park in Musashino City, Tokyo, has a total of 28 barbecue sites, which can be used by making an application at the service center counter. Applications are accepted on the day of use only, and use is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Nogawa Park (Chofu City, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Nogawa Park in Chofu City, Tokyo, is available for use from 10:00 to 16:00 with advance reservations required. There are also other outdoor fields such as a boys’ camp square where you can enjoy day camping.
Oi Futo Central Seaside Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Oi Futo Central Seaside Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, has a barbecue area near Hazetsuki Iso on the Keihin Canal. The hours of use are from sunrise to sunset. Washing dishes, open flames, disturbing others, and throwing garbage away are strictly prohibited.
Minatogaoka-futo Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Minatogaoka Futo Koen in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo are free of charge and reservations are not required. Please note that during busy times it may not be available. The hours are until sunset, and sleeping or setting up tents, etc. is prohibited.
Shinagawa Kumin Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)
The barbecue facility at Shinagawa Kumin Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, has 15 outdoor stoves, 15 outdoor tables and a cooking area. The maximum capacity is 150 people, and advance reservations are required. The park is open from March to November, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Rintsunomori Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)
Rinshinomori Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, is an educational facility for elementary and junior high school students. The campground is available from May to August, and reservations can be made as early as one day two months in advance.
Shiokaze Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Shiokaze Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, is a facility that requires advance reservations and is available from 10:00 to 16:00. The Shiokaze Park shop also accepts reservations for beverages.
Jonanjima Seaside Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Jonanjima Seaside Park in Ota-ku, Tokyo, is a reservation-only facility with a campsite day service available. It is available until 21:00 (fires can be used until 20:00) and costs 300 yen for adults (high school students and older) and 150 yen for elementary and junior high school students.
Keihinjima Tsubasa Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)
Keihinjima Tsubasa Park in Tokyo’s Ota Ward is a reservation-free facility where you can casually enjoy a barbecue with a view of the ocean. There are no washing areas or drinking fountains, so leisure banners and table-top stoves are useful. Open flame is not allowed.
Tokai-futo Park (Ota-ku, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Tokai Futo Park in Ota-ku, Tokyo, does not have any facilities such as furnaces, benches, tables, or washing areas, but only provides space for barbecue. There is no need to make reservations, and the facilities are free of charge. The barbecue area is available for use until sunset.
Oizumi Sakura Sports Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Oizumi Sakura Undo Koen (Oizumi Sakura Sports Park) in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward are located in the park’s outdoor cooking plaza, with a pond nearby. The facilities are available from 9:00 to 17:00. Open flames are not permitted, so please use a stove.
Hikarigaoka Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)
Hikarigaoka Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward has barbecue facilities that are free to use but require advance reservations. The hours of use are from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There is no equipment rental or food sales. There is no equipment rental or food for sale, so you will need to bring your own.
Mizumoto Park (Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Mizumoto Park in Katsushika-ku, Tokyo are available for use between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., and fires can be used on a fully reserved basis. There is a full range of hand-held sets available, and equipment rental is also available, so you can enjoy barbecuing at your leisure.
Koganei Park (Koganei City, Tokyo)
Koganei Park in Koganei City, Tokyo, has barbecue facilities in the park’s Eucalyptus Square. The hours of use are from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. When using the facilities, you must notify the Park Service Center or the Sports Facility Management Center and receive a letter of approval before you can use the facilities.
Hanaki-en (Ome City, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Kabokuen in Ome City, Tokyo, are located on a lawn with playground equipment and are free of charge. Advance reservations are required to use the barbecue facilities.
Kamanofuchi Park (Ome City, Tokyo)
You can enjoy barbecue at the riverside of Kamanofuchi Park in Ome City, Tokyo. During the holiday season, the park is crowded with people who enjoy fishing, playing in the water, and barbecuing. In spring, about 60 Someiyoshino cherry trees can be enjoyed, so it is a spot where you can enjoy cherry blossom viewing.
Wakabadai Park (Inagi City, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Wakabadai Park in Inagi City, Tokyo, can be enjoyed on the lawn in the park. There is also a convenience store in front of the park. (*Open fires, on bridges, at entrances and exits, and around park paths are prohibited.
Musashino Park (Fuchu City, Tokyo)
The barbecue site at Musashino Park in Fuchu City, Tokyo is located in the park’s barbecue plaza along the Nogawa River, and you need to register at the service center to use it (*Reservations are not required). Open flames are not allowed, and barbecues can be enjoyed using stoves with legs.
Fuchu City Folk Forest Park (Fuchu City, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Fuchu City Homeland Forest Park in Fuchu City, Tokyo, is located in front of the Fuchu Tamagawa Kaze no Michi, in the Recreation Square along the Tama River. Open flames are prohibited in the recreation area, but stoves are allowed. Please note that fires are strictly prohibited in the area above the embankment.
Tamagawa Ryokuchi Fussa Minami Park (Fussa City, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Tama River Fussa Minami Park in Fussa City, Tokyo, are equipped with tables and benches and seven kamados. Reservations are required to use the barbecue facilities and are accepted at the Fussa Minami Park Administration Building.
Tamagawa Central Park (Fussa City, Tokyo)
The barbecue facilities at Tamagawa Central Park in Fussa City, Tokyo, are located in the Hide and Seek square near the center of the park, and permission is required to use them. The hours for using fire are limited to 20:00.
Fujimidai Park (Hachioji City, Tokyo)
Fujimidai Park in Hachioji City, Tokyo has a barbecue area in the picnic ground. There is a sign in the park titled “For those who barbecue”. Please follow the instructions of the guide when you barbecue.
Kiyose Kanayama Ryokuchi Park (Kiyose City, Tokyo)
Kiyose Kanayama Ryokuchi Park in Kiyose City, Tokyo, opened in May 1986 and is a 13,600 square meter park along the Yanase River. The theme of the park is “Musashino Wind and Light” and you can enjoy the seasonal changes of the park. It is a place of relaxation for the citizens, and you can enjoy barbecue and fishing at the riverbank along the Yanase River.
Akigawa Bridge River Park (Akiruno City, Tokyo)
The barbecue land at Akikawa Bridge River Park in Akiruno City, Tokyo, is located on the riverbed and is a spot where visitors can enjoy barbecuing while playing in the water. At this facility, you are not allowed to bring your own barbecue utensils (griddles, grill nets, pots and kettles, and other equipment used for boiling and cooking) and fuel, so you can rent items provided by Barbecue Land.
Akirudai Park (Akiruno City, Tokyo)
The barbecue area of Akirudai Park in Akiruno City, Tokyo, can be enjoyed in the lawn area to the left of the west gate of the park. The park is usually open from April to November. If you wish to use the park, you need to apply at the Service Center on the day of use (the right side of the main gate).
Nishi-Tokyo Ikoinomori Park (Nishi-Tokyo City, Tokyo)
The barbecue area at Nishi-Tokyo Ikoinomori Park in Nishi-Tokyo City, Tokyo, is located in the space beside the helipad in the field plaza. Advance reservations are required to use the facilities, but they are free of charge.
*Open fires are prohibited in most parks, so please be sure to check the precautions for each park before using it. In addition, it is becoming increasingly noticeable that some barbecue facilities are closing due to failure to follow the rules, such as after-hours use and garbage disposal problems. The barbecue facilities listed above are also subject to closure or changes in hours of use, fees, etc. Please be sure to check the details on the page of each city, town or village or the official website of each park before using the facilities.