Heiwa No Mori Park is one of the largest parks in Ota Ward, Tokyo, with an area of 9.9 hectares, extending north-south across Loop Route 7 from the Omori Police Station.
The main attraction of this park is the 40 different field athletic courses that are modeled after valuable cultural assets and historical sites in the ward. There is a fee for this course, but it is hard to find a course with such a wide range of facilities where you can get such a good workout.
Heiwajima Park and Omori Furusato no Hamabe Park are located nearby, so it might be interesting to tour the parks. Incidentally, the name “Heiwanomori Park” is often used and is also located in Nakano Ward, but it is a completely different park.
Heiwa-no-mori Park in Nakano Ward is also a nice park, but this one boasts an area about twice as large as the one in Nakano Ward.
|Park Name||Heiwa no Mori Kouen
|Park Address||2-1 Heiwa-no-mori Koen, Ota-ku, Tokyo|
|Playground equipment||Roller slide, swings, ladders, jungle gym, field athletic equipment|
|Facilities and equipment||Japanese archery range, archery range, tennis court, fishing area|
|Swing set||Ball-shaped jungle gym||Ladder|
|Athletic playground equipment||Field Athletic||Water Athletic|
|Tennis court||Cascades||Flowing waterfall|
|Wooden deck and fountain||Peace Plaza||Loving Child Statue|
|Fishing spot||Park Sign||Park Information Map|
Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive