Located in Edogawa Ward, Komatsugawa Sakaigawa Water Park stretches from north to south from Sugawara Bridge to Nakagawa River, and is approximately 4 km long.

As the name suggests, the park is designed for water play, with waterfalls, water athletic facilities, slides, etc., showers for washing off dirt, and two changing rooms, making it an ideal place for children to play in the water.

There are many trees, so families can enjoy playing in the water during the summer, and even during the season when water play is not allowed, they can enjoy walking and athletic activities throughout the four seasons. Nearby are Shinkoiwa Park and the Arakawa River, so you can also take a stroll along them.

The water playground at Komatsugawa Sakaigawa Water Park in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo, is equipped with wooden playground equipment such as “adventure boats,” net climbing equipment, and a water slide, as well as a large waterfall.

There are also shower facilities and benches for resting. Why not bring a change of clothes for a hot day?

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Park Name Komatsugawa Sakaigawa Water Park
Park Address Chuo 4-chome, Hon-Ishiki 1-chome to Nishi-Komatsugawa-cho, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo
Wooden playground equipment “Adventure Boat” installed on the water & land. It is crowded with many children during the hot summer season. Benches are set up around the water playground and trees grow thickly.

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