Nishiarai Midori Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo is a park located in a residential area in Nishiarai, Adachi-ku. It consists of a baseball field and a park with a lot of greenery.

During the cherry blossom season, many beautiful flowers bloom and the park is known as one of the best cherry blossom viewing spots in the area.

The park also has a jogging course for beginners, which is a good distance of 360 meters per lap and is cushioned with soil underfoot, making it a beginner-friendly course.

Even if you are not a jogger, it is a good walking course, and it is useful for promoting the health of local residents, from the elderly to children.
It is also a great warm-up course for people playing baseball on the baseball field.

Being a community-based park, many people buy lunch at the stores around the park and eat it at the park, making it a true place of relaxation for the locals.

Park Name Nishi Arai Midori Park
Park Address 5-28-1 Nishiarai, Adachi-ku, Tokyo
Playground equipment Slide, swings, iron bars, stretching equipment
Facilities and equipment Jogging course, baseball field
Slide Wide slider Swings
Iron bars Stretching equipment (abdominal bench) Sandbox
Water playground Jogging track Baseball field
Bargola Lush greenery in the park Park sign

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