We introduce parks where you can enjoy fishing in Tokyo. We introduce a wide range of free fishing spots, fishing spots where you can enjoy fishing with nothing, and spots where you can enjoy full-scale sea fishing.

 Wakasu Seaside Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

Wakasu Seaside Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo is a sea fishing facility where you can enjoy fishing for free. The park is open from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm. Please note that the gate closes at 9 pm. The park may be closed on bad weather days.

 Toyosu Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

Toyosu Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo, is a 150-meter-long fishing area in front of the monument of the park’s motif, where you can enjoy fishing. Please note that many walkers and joggers pass by in the area.

 Gyokofuto Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The fishing spot at Akatsuki Futo Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo is a free sea fishing spot. Many people enjoy fishing and barbecue in the park. Why don’t you enjoy the outdoors with your family and friends?

 Sendai Horikawa Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

Sendai Bori River Park Fishing Ground (Sunamachi Fishing Ground) in Koto-ku, Tokyo is a free fishing ground, open from 9:00 to 16:30 from April to November and from 10:00 to 16:00 from December to March. It is closed on Mondays and if Monday is a national holiday, it will be closed on the next working day.

 Toshi Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

Toneri Koen Fishing Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo is located in the B (northeast) block of the park and has a barbecue area, camping ground, cherry blossom viewing plaza, and a shobu field in the vicinity. The second parking lot is convenient for the Oike Pond. Parking lot 2 is conveniently located at the Ooike Pond.

 Gyofune Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)

Fishing at Gyosen Koen in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo can be enjoyed at the fishing pond near the north entrance of Edogawa Heisei Teien. The use of reel rods, sucking hooks, bindo, gang hooks, koma-sei, and fishing rods over 3.9m in length is prohibited.

 Oi Futo Central Seaside Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)

The dog run facility at Oi Futo Central Seaside Park is located in the park’s Sports Forest and is divided into a free play area and a field for small dogs. There are benches and water fountains for dogs in the field. There is no charge to use the Shiosai Dog Run, but you must register your dog at the Oi Futo Central Seaside Park Management Office.

 Heiwa-no-mori Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)

You can enjoy fishing at Heiwa-no-mori Park in Ota-ku, Tokyo, on the fishing deck around Hyotan Pond in the park. Bringing nets, using reels, bait, and taking home caught fish are prohibited.

 Jonanjima Seaside Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)

Jonanjima Seaside Park in Ota-ku, Tokyo, is a fishing spot where you can enjoy sea fishing while watching large ships and airplanes.

 Ukima Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

Fishing at Ukima Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, can be enjoyed in the ponds in the park. Fishing is prohibited in the Aquatic Botanical Garden, Oyster Garden and Bird Sanctuary. Throwing and taking fish home is also prohibited.

 Mitsugi Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

Mitsugi Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo is a fishing area where you can enjoy fishing for Herabuna and other fish. Please note that boaters have priority on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays. Night fishing, reels and cast nets are prohibited.

 Mizumoto Park (Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)

Mizumoto Park is located in Katsushika-ku, Tokyo, where you can enjoy fishing along Uchidame and Koaime. Admission to the park is free, but parking is 200 yen per hour.

 Fuchu City Folk Forest Park (Fuchu City, Tokyo)

The Fuchu Fishing Pond at the Fuchu City Hometown Forest Park in Fuchu City, Tokyo, is open from April to October every year. There is no charge to use the pond, and fishing rods, bait and nets can be rented free of charge. The rental is only for 3rd grade elementary school students and older, and 2nd grade students and younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. You cannot take home the fish you catch.

 Arakawa Amusement Park (Arakawa-ku, Tokyo)

The Arakawa Amusement Park Fishing Park in Arakawa Ward, Tokyo, was opened in 1987 and has a fishing area that can be easily used with hourly tickets (100 yen for children / 350 yen for adults), half-day tickets (250 yen for children / 800 yen for adults), full-day tickets (400 yen for children / 1300 yen for adults), parent-child tickets (1 hour), coupon tickets, etc. It is a fishing spot that can be used easily.

 Ukima Tsuribori Park (Kita-ku, Tokyo)

Fishing at Ukima Tsuribori Park in Kita-ku, Tokyo can be enjoyed at the fishing pond (left), fishing pond (right) and crawfish pond in the park. Admission is free, and fishing rods and bait (pheasant, tern, etc.) can be rented for a fee. The park is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and fishing is available until 4:00 p.m.

 Tsukuda Park (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

Tsukuda Park is located in Chuo-ku, Tokyo, between Tsukuda Ohashi Bridge and Chuo Ohashi Bridge along the Sumida River. There are tables and benches on the terrace and restrooms in the park.

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