The expansive Mizumoto Park is a metropolitan park located in Katsushika Ward, and is the largest lake park in the 23 wards of Tokyo. It is also the only park in Tokyo with a view of a water village built along Koai-tamenuri.

The park has a 1.2-km line of poplar trees more than 20 meters tall, the largest metasequoia forest in a metropolitan park, and an abundance of trees, making it a beautiful park with scenic beauty.

The Bird Sanctuary provides three viewing sites for waterfront birds.

In addition, at the Hanashobuen, the largest iris garden in Tokyo, you can see 200,000 irises of about 100 varieties during the season, and an iris festival is held there.

During the cherry blossom season, the cherry blossoms in the park are also beautiful, and families and friends will be able to enjoy nature in a park with beautiful flowers as well as trees.

In the surrounding area, the Edogawa River flows on the east side, and you can take a walk in the surrounding park or along the riverbed.

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via archive
Park NameMizumoto Park
Park Address3, Mizumoto Koen, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo
Playground equipmentCombination playground equipment, climbing equipment, spring playground equipment, trampoline, athletic equipment, slide, health playground equipment
Facilities and equipmentDog run, fishing area, barbecue area, water playground
TrapolineRopewayTrapoline (small)
Combination Playground EquipmentCombination climbing equipmentHealth Playground Equipment
Spring Playground EquipmentAthletic playground equipmentBird Sanctuary
Koaime PondGonpachi PondFountain Plaza
Poplar treesCentral SquareOutdoor stage
Fishing groundBarbecue plazaHanashobu Garden Free Plaza
Memorial SquareSeseragi SquareAdventure Plaza
RyoteiGreen PlazaService Center
Jiyu PlazaTogane-cho Sports Ground (youth baseball field)Multipurpose Sports Ground
PromenadeOba RiverMizumoto Bridge
Hanashobu GardenGonpachi PondAquatic Botanical Garden

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via archive

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