The expansive Senzokuike Park has one of the largest ponds in Tokyo named Senzoku Pond, which is about 4 hectares in size. The tombs of Mr. and Mrs. Kaishu Katsu, who are designated as cultural assets by the city, are located in the park.

More than 200 cherry trees, mostly Someiyoshino, are planted around the pond, and the contrasting scenery of the large pond and cherry blossoms is beautiful when viewed from the shore on a walk, or from a boat ride on the pond with petals floating in the water, or from the Ketsuki Bridge.

The variety of atmospheric views make this a great place to take a stroll with the family. During the season, there are many open-air stalls. There is no parking lot, but public transportation is recommended, as it is only a 2-minute walk from Tokyu Senzokuike Station.

There are many cultural assets and historical sites in the surrounding area, so a walk to explore history is recommended.

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Park Name (Senzokuike Kouen)
Park Address 2-14-5 Minami-Senzoku, Ota-ku, Tokyo
Access (by train)
  • Tokyu Ikegami Line Senzokuike Station about 0.3 km
  • Tokyu Oimachi Line Kitasenzoku station about 0.6 km
Access (by car)
  • Togoshi Exit, Meguro Line, Metropolitan Expressway Route 2, approx. 3.2 km
  • Tamagawa I.C., Daisan Keihin Road, about 5.4 km
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Cherry blossoms in Senzokuike Park (Angle 01) Cherry blossoms in Senzokuike Park (Angle 02) Cherry blossoms in Senzokuike Park (Angle 03)
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Cherry blossoms in Senzokuike Park (Angle 04) Cherry blossoms in Senzokuike Park (Angle 05) Cherry blossoms in Senzokuike Park (Angle 06)
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Cherry blossoms in Senzokuike Park (Angle 10) Cherry blossoms in Senzokuike Park (Angle 11) Cherry blossoms in Senzokuike Park (Angle 12)

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