The jogging course at the unimaginatively named Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Square in Kunitachi City, Tokyo, is a 496-meter circuit around the perimeter of the park, half of which is paved with rubber chips made from recycled tire waste and half of which is paved with soft, woody pavement (park mat) made from the bark of Japanese softwood trees.
Solar-powered lighting is used for the parkway.
|Park Name||Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Square
(Riyu Iikei Suido Yori Jiyu Hiroba)
|Park Address||1-24-45 Izumi, Kunitachi-shi, Tokyo|
|Highly cushioned rubber chip pavement||Park mat pavement with soft woody texture made from reused domestic conifer bark||Course Guide Map|
Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive