This page introduces parks in Tokyo that have jogging and walking courses. The introduction focuses on the presence or absence of distance markers, the type and total length of the running track, and the surrounding environment and facilities.
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1310301006_51 Odaiba Seaside Park (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

There are two courses, a 5km course and a 7km course, starting at Odaiba Seaside Park and running along the coast. The Marine House near the start of the course has lockers and shower facilities, so you can work up a sweat without worrying. Why don’t you enjoy the scenery and sweat it out on the course along the coast?

1310301008_61 Hinokicho Park (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Minato Hinokicho Park in Akasaka, Minato Ward, Tokyo, starts at the Midtown Garden in Tokyo Midtown and is 1.3 km long. There are distance markers by the side of the course at each point, and the course is paved with asphalt.

1310801002_91 Kiba Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The jogging course in Kiba Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo, is 3,500 meters long with distance markers every 200 meters and road markings every 100 meters.

1311201001_01-4 Kinuta Park (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Kinuta Park in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, is a 1.75-kilometer circuit course that runs through the park. Why not try running amidst the lush greenery of the trees and lawns?

1311201002_111-1-2 Komazawa Olympic Park (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Komazawa Olympic Park in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, is 2.1 km long and runs around the perimeter of the park. The course runs parallel to the cycling course, with distance markers every 100 meters.

1310201002_51 Hamacho Park (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)The jogging course at Hamacho Park in Chuo-ku, Tokyo is a 360-meter circuit around the multipurpose sports field. The course surface is maintained with urethane resin to reduce the burden on the feet. There is also a running course at the ward-run sports center in the park, which can be used even on rainy days.

1310401009_11-2-2 Toyama Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Toyama Park is a 1,223-meter circuit with a well-maintained dirt track. Distance markers are placed along the side of the course every 100 meters to help you keep up your pace. Stretching equipment is also available to help promote your health.

1310901007_61-5 Shinagawa Central Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Shinagawa Central Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, is a 287-meter course that runs around the multi-purpose sports ground, and there is health equipment along the course so that you can enjoy jogging while stretching. You can enjoy jogging while stretching.

1310901001_101-3 Oi Futo Central Seaside Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)

The jogging course in the Sports Forest of Oi Futo Central Seaside Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, is a 1 km course that runs around a six-sided baseball field. The course is asphalt with distance markings on the course surface. The start and finish line is located between the Keyaki Plaza and the left side of the B-side of the baseball field.

1311801001_61-4 Shioiri Park (Arakawa Ward, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Shioiri Park in Tokyo’s Arakawa Ward is an open course that runs along the Sumida River. The course surface is specially designed with urethane resin, making it safe for long distance runs. On a sunny day, why not work up a sweat with a leisurely walk or jog?

1311801002_61-4 Nippori Minami Park (Arakawa-ku, Tokyo)

The jogging course in Nippori Minami Park runs around the park, with a distance of 320 meters per lap. The course is a well-maintained asphalt pathway, which is also used as a pedestrian walkway. There are distance markers along the course to help you keep track of your pace.

1311701006_09-3 Takinogawa Park (Kita Ward, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Takinogawa Park in Tokyo’s Kita Ward is a 650-meter circuit with distance markers alongside the course. The course has some ups and downs, so it is a course that requires a little physical fitness. The course is made of hard asphalt.

1311901003_81-3 Johoku Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The jogging and running course at Johoku Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, starts and finishes in front of the Transportation Museum, and has a 470-meter lap course and a 500-meter course. Distance markers are placed at the side of the course.

1311901006_61-2 Higashi Itabashi Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Higashi Itabashi Park is a 462-meter circuit starting and finishing in front of the Tennis Court Management Office. The course is paved and there are distance markers on the side of the course. The area around the park is also designated as a jogging course, so if you want to run long distances, you can also use the Higashi Itabashi Jogging Co.

1311901005_51-4 Peace Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Heiwa Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, is a 516-meter circuit around the park. The course is not a dedicated course, but is made of soil and has some bumps. There are course information and distance markers in the park.

1312201003_71-2 Shinkoiwa Park (Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Shinkoiwa Park in Katsushika Ward, Tokyo, is a 650-meter circuit around the park. There are distance markers every 100 meters to help you find your pace. There are plenty of green trees and stretching equipment, so why not make use of it to promote your health?

1311101013_51-3 Shimomaruko Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Shimomaruko Park in Ota Ward, Tokyo, has three courses: a 450-meter course around the park, a 360-meter course from the front of the park around the multipurpose square, and a 300-meter course from the children’s square around the multipurpose square. The course starts in front of the Children’s Square and ends at the multipurpose square. The starting point for each course is in front of the Children’s Square.

1311101005_62-2 Heiwajima Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)

Heiwajima Park in Ota Ward, Tokyo has two jogging courses: a 1.1 km course around the park and a 960 m course inside the park. There are also other nearby places of interest, such as Ikegami Honganji Temple 4.5 km away and Omori Beach 1.0 km away, so why not start your jogging from the park and enjoy it?

1310101001_61-2 Hibiya Park (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

Hibiya Park in Tokyo’s Chiyoda district has a 1,000-meter, 1,400-meter, and 1,700-meter jogging course. The course is well maintained with dirt and asphalt, and there are many trees and shaded areas where you can enjoy jogging and walking comfortably even in summer.

1310701002_51 Sumida Park (Sumida Ward, Tokyo)

You can enjoy jogging and walking from Sumida Park in Sumida Ward, Tokyo. The course is 2,000 km long and runs between the west end of Sumida Park and Shirahige Bridge. The course is marked with road surface distance markers every 100 meters as a guide. Why not enjoy jogging in this scenic area?

1310701003_61 Kinshi Park (Sumida-ku, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Kinshi Park in Sumida Ward, Tokyo, is a circular course that runs around the perimeter of the park, with each lap being 850 meters long. There are distance signs at the side of the course every 100 meters. The course is well maintained with hard soil. The course is lined with cherry blossom trees, so you can run through the cherry blossoms in the spring.

1312101008_51-4 Nishiarai Midori Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Nishiarai Midori Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo is a 360-meter circuit course within the park. The course is a 360-meter lap around the park. The course surface is made of hardened soil. The course is not very wide.

1312101001_125-2 Toshi Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

There are two jogging courses in Tatsunaga Park, one is a circuit around the stadium (650m) and the other is a circuit around the Oike Pond and Cherry Blossom Viewing Plaza (1,950m). The course also includes a strolling course (4,500m per lap). The course around the stadium has pole-shaped distance markers, and the course around the Ooike and Ohanami Hiroba has road surface distance markers.

1312101009_51-3 Adachi Sports Center (Adachi Ward, Tokyo)

The jogging course at the Adachi Sports Center is a 480-meter circuit (one-way counterclockwise) with a rubber-chip paved course, making it ideal for walking and running. The course is paved with rubber chips, making it ideal for walking or running. There are distance markers along the course to help you keep track of your pace.

1312301009_61-2 Waterfront Sports Garden (Edogawa-ku, Tokyo)

The jogging course at the Mizube no Sports Garden in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo, is a 550-meter course that circles around the outside of the tennis courts, futsal court and multipurpose plaza. The course is paved with rubber chips and is about 2 meters wide, making it an enjoyable place for jogging and walking.

1312001001_41-2 Johoku Central Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

There are two jogging courses at Johoku Chuo Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward: Course A is 1,530 meters long and Course B is 870 meters long. The start and finish points are located in front of the management office. There are rest areas, stadiums, and shops around the course, and paid parking is available.

1312001005_61-2 Musaraseki Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Musashiseki-koen Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward is a 1,201-meter circuit around Fujimi Pond, and the course is made of hardened soil and has some bumps. There are start and finish markers and distance signs along the side of the course.

1320301003_51-2 Midorimachi Fureai Hiroba (Musashino-shi, Tokyo)

There are two jogging courses at Midoricho Fureai Hiroba in Musashino City, Tokyo: Course A, which runs 550 meters from the baseball field around the garden baseball field, and Course B, which runs 375 meters around the baseball field. The jogging course is paved with asphalt. The course is paved with asphalt and there are distance markers along the side of the course.

1330301002_61-4 Matsubara Central Park (Mizuho Town, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Matsubara Central Park in Mizuho-cho, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo, runs through the park. The course has ups and downs, and distance markers are placed every 100 meters along the course. The course is paved with asphalt.

1320501003_62-3 Wakakusa Park (Ome City, Tokyo)

There are two jogging/walking courses in Wakakusa Park in Ome City, Tokyo, starting in front of Wakakusa Kaikan: the red course (870m) and the blue course (790m). The course is paved with soil and asphalt.

1322801001_61 Akirudai Park (Akiruno City, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Akirudai Park in Akiruno City, Tokyo, is a circular course running around the track and field, with two courses: Course A (740m) and Course B (890m). The course is made of asphalt.

1321801001_101 Tamagawa Ryokuchi Fussa Minami Park (Fussa City, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Tama River Fussa Minami Park in Fussa City, Tokyo, is a 1.5 km circuit course that runs around the perimeter of the park. The course has both dirt and asphalt sections. There is also health equipment available to help promote your health.

1322701007_51-3 Fujimi Park (Hamura City, Tokyo)

Fujimi Park in Hamura City, Tokyo has two jogging courses: Course A runs 780 meters around the park and Course B is 670 meters long, turning left in front of the roller skating rink. The jogging course is paved with soil. The course is paved with soil and there are distance markers every 100m along the course.

1330301001_61 Mizuho Eco Park (Mizuho Town, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo)

The walking and jogging course at Mizuho Eco Park in Mizuho-cho, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo, is 580 meters long for one lap and 785 meters around the outer loop, and the course is paved with soil. There are about 3,600 trees in the park, so you can enjoy nature to the fullest.

1322401003_71-4 Oyado Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Oyato Park in Tama City, Tokyo, circles the free open space in the park and is 440 meters long per lap. There are distance markers every 100 meters along the course to help you find your pace. The course surface is asphalt and there are some ups and downs.

1322401007_81-4 Ipposugi Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Ipponsugi Park in Tama City, Tokyo, starts in front of the stone square and runs 900 meters from the baseball field to the tennis courts. Distance signs are placed every 100 meters along the course.

1322401006_61-3 Ochiai Minami Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Ochiai Minami Park in Tama City, Tokyo, runs through the park. The course is made of hard soil and there are distance signs at every 100 meters along the course.

1322401008_71-3 Nagayama Minami Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Nagayama Minami Park in Tama City, Tokyo, is a 480-meter circuit around the park. There are distance markers every 100 meters on the course. There is also a 720-meter course that runs from Nagayama Minami Park to Nagayama Kita Park.

1322501003_52-5 Inagi Central Park (Inagi City, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Inagi Central Park in Inagi City, Tokyo, consists of two courses: Course A, which runs around the track and field and is approximately 625 meters long, and Course B, which starts in front of the track and field, passes the gymnasium and observation deck, and returns to the front of the track and field. The B course is about 1,300m long and starts in front of the track and runs back to the front of the stadium via the gymnasium and the observation deck.

1320101002_71 Tobuki Sports Park (Hachioji City, Tokyo)

The walking and jogging course at Tobuki Sports Park in Hachioji City, Tokyo, is about 1,500 meters long and takes you around the soccer field, skate park and field square. The course is asphalt and there are distance markers at each point.

1321501001_71-4 Watershed Sewage Treatment Plant Plaza (Kunitachi City, Tokyo)

The jogging course is a 496-meter circuit around the perimeter of the park. Half of the course is paved with highly cushioned rubber chips made from recycled tire waste, and the other half is paved with Park Mat The park has a runway with a soft woody surface (Park Mat). Solar-powered lighting is used for the parkway.

1321101004_61-5 Kodaira Central Park (Kodaira City, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Kodaira Central Park in Kodaira City, Tokyo, is a 600-meter circuit that starts and ends in front of the gymnasium and runs from the baseball field around the grounds. The course is asphalt with distance signs every 100 meters.

1320701004_71-4 Akishima Eco Park (Akishima City, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Akishima Eco Park in Akishima City, Tokyo, starts near the park entrance and circles around the perimeter of the park, making a circuit of 880 meters per lap. There are distance markers on the side of the course to help you find your pace.

1322901001_71 Nishi-Tokyo Ikoinomori Park (Nishi-Tokyo City, Tokyo)

The jogging course at Nishi-Tokyo Ikoinomori Park in Nishi-Tokyo City, Tokyo, is a 630-meter circuit that runs around the lawn. There are distance markers on the side of the course so you can use them as a reference for your pace.

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