Ipponsugi Park in Tama City, Tokyo, is a 101,469.22 square meter park with a baseball field, tennis courts, a tennis wall, a jogging course, and a water playground.

The baseball stadium is a full-scale stadium that can accommodate hardball and has hosted the National High School Baseball Championship West Tokyo Tournament.

The park also has a plum grove, a city-designated natural monument, the sudajii, and an old house of the former Kato family.

Park Name

Ipponsugi Park

Park Address 2-14 Minamino, Tama City, Tokyo
Playground equipment Combination playground equipment
Facilities and equipment Baseball field, tennis court, water playground, jogging course
Tama City Ipposugi Park Baseball Ground Tennis court Tennis wall hitting
Jogging course Management office Parking lot
Drinking water vending machine Park signage Park Information Map

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