Ojimaryokudo Park was built on the site of the former Toden (Tokyo Tramways) dedicated track.

When the Toden was abolished in 1972, the area south of the Ketegawa Bridge of the dedicated track of the 29 and 38 lines was called Oshima Ryokudo Park.

It is a good idea to walk through Kameido Ryokudo ParkKategawa Bridge, and Oshima Ryokudo Park, remembering the days when the Toden ran through the area.

Ojimaryokudo Park
Ojimaryokudo Park

Ojimaryokudo Park Information

NameOjimaryokudo Park
AddressNear Oshima 3-chome, Koto-ku, Tokyo

How To Get To Ojimaryokudo Park

  • 10 minutes on foot from Ryogoku Station on the JR Sobu Line
  • Or 5 minutes on foot from Nishi-Oshima Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line

Where Is Ojimaryokudo Park

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