Higashi Ayase Park is a Tokyo metropolitan park consisting of a series of inverted U-shaped promenades leading from the front of Ayase Station in Adachi-ku and the site in the middle of the promenades.
The park is about 2 km long and is planted with many trees such as cherry trees, Japanese linden, maple, and azalea, and has a stream flowing from the Hanabatake River.
In addition to a children’s playground and playground equipment, the park also has a baseball field, tennis courts, the unique-looking Tokyo Budokan, a heated swimming pool, and other sports facilities, making it a park that can meet a variety of needs.
There are many other parks and green areas nearby, such as Shobu Swamp Park and Nakagawa Park, so if you have the time they are worth checking out as well.
|Park Name||Higashi Ayase Park
|Park Address||Higashi-Ayase 1-chome, 2-chome, 3-chome, Ayase 3-chome, 5-chome, 6-chome, Yanaka 1-chome, Adachi-ku, Tokyo|
|Playground equipment||Combination playground equipment, climbing equipment, slides, ropeway, athletic equipment, health playground equipment|
|Facilities and equipment||Baseball field, tennis court, community swimming pool, water playground|
|Slides||Climbing playground equipment||Combination playground equipment|
|Health playground equipment (back stretcher)||Health playground equipment (suspension rings)||Health playground equipment|
|Athletic equipment (net climb)||Athletic Playground Equipment (Untei)||Athletic equipment (Untei)|
|Athletic equipment (Chain bridge)||Athletic equipment (Log crossing)||Athletic equipment (Ropeway)|
|Health playground equipment (Suspension ring)||Health playground equipment||Health equipment (Parallel bars)|
|Swing set||Baseball field||Tennis court|
|Service center||Park Liaison Bridge||Community swimming pool|
|Clock tower||Gate ball field||Tokyo Budokan|
|Children’s Sports Plaza||Observation Pond||Sundial|
Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive