The Okura Sports Park is an athletic park adjacent to Kinuta Park in Setagaya Ward.
It has a gymnasium, an athletic field, a baseball field tennis courts, a heated swimming pool, a Western-style archery range, and other sports facilities.
The heated swimming pool is especially beautiful and well-equipped, with a full-scale pool, a Jacuzzi to relieve fatigue, and even a toddler’s pool. In summer, the retractable dome opens, making the place look like a resort, and you can also swim well into winter.
Each facility can be reserved by phone or online the Setagaya Ward public facility use information system. You can get a good workout for a reasonable fee.
The preschool, children’s park, and athletic field are all equipped with facilities that allow children to play according to their ages, making it the perfect place for families to go out together.
Kinuta Park is adjacent to the park, so if you want to eat lunch after exercise, you can easily move to the park and eat in the nature.
Okura Sports Park Information
|Park Name||Okura Sports Park|
(Okura Undo Kouen)
|Park Address||4-6-1, Okura, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo|
|Playground equipment||Athletic playground equipment, spring playground equipment, slides, swings, ropeway, rock climbing, iron bars|
|Facilities and equipment||Baseball field, tennis court, basketball court, heated swimming pool, archery range, track and field, steam locomotive exhibit, roller skating rink, gymnasium|
Okura Sports Park Facilities
|Jungle Maze||Art-type playground equipment||Spring playground equipment|
|Athletic equipment (net climbing)||Athletic equipment (log bridge)||Athletic equipment (Amida’s Mountain)|
|Athletic equipment (Ropeway)||Athletic equipment (Log crossing)||Athletic equipment (figure eight crossing)|
|Swing set||Slideway||Spring playground equipment|
|Baseball field||Tennis court||Track and field field|
|Basketball goal||Heated swimming pool||Gymnasium|
|Park entrance gate||Steam locomotive exhibit||Parking lot|
|Sundial||Place of Hope and Meditation||Guide map of the park|
|Roller skating rink||Field Athletic||Field Athletic Equipment|
Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive