The expansive Mizumoto Park is one of the largest in Tokyo at about 82 hectares. It is located in Katsushika-ku, has a landscape resembling a water village, and is a great place to throw down a picnic blanket and have a cherry blossom party.
The waterway on the east side of the park is famous for its fishing and wildlife observation, and there is also a bird sanctuary where visitors can enjoy bird watching and enjoy nature all day long.
The park is also famous for its beautiful cherry blossoms, with approximately 1,300 cherry trees planted throughout the park, and the 3.5-km long “Mizumoto Sakura-tsutsutsumi,” which runs along the outer bank of the Edo River that was built in the Edo period, is a relaxing place to take a walk or drive with the whole family.
The park made our of Mega-list of the 66 best cherry blossom spots in Tokyo and it’s easy to see why with its lake, abundant nature and wildlife, and plenty of room to enjoy yourself under the pink petals.
Mizumoto Sakura Great Falls,” with its exhilarating combination of waterfalls and cherry blossoms, is another cherry blossom viewing spot that can only be found in Mizumoto Park.
In the surrounding area, there are many downtown sightseeing spots such as Shibamata Teishakuten Temple, which is unique to Katsushika City.
|3-2, Mizumoto Koen, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo
|Access (by train)
|Access (by car)