Shinagawa Central Park

Shinagawa Central Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, is located just west of Shinagawa Ward Office.

The park has sports facilities, including an artificial turf multipurpose field with a full-scale, beautiful 200-meter track, tennis courts also with artificial turf, and a basketball court for 3-on-3.

All of these facilities require a fee, but they are well-maintained and provide a pleasant place to play sports. In addition to the sports facilities, there are fountains, water features, lawn areas, and playground equipment that are perfect for families to play together.

In addition, there is an English-style rock garden, a large camphor tree, cherry blossoms and narcissus flowers that bloom in the spring, and many other natural flowers and plants, making this a great park for picnics.

The park is also attractively located, just a 10-minute walk from Oimachi Station on the Keihin Tohoku Line and a 5-minute walk from Tokyu Shimo-Jinmei Station.

Also, if you don’t have a reservation, the multipurpose square with artificial grass is open to the public free of charge, so if you are lucky, you can enjoy even more things to do.

Park Name Shinagawa Central Park
Park Address 1-27-14 Nishishinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Playground equipment Ropeway, health playground equipment
Facilities and equipment Tennis court, futsal court, basketball goal, jogging course, water playground
Ropeway* Trim Square Health playground equipment (parallel bars)* Trim square Health playground equipment (backstretch)*Trim Square
Health playground equipment (suspension rings)*Trim Square Health equipment 01 Health equipment 02
Health equipment 03 Jogging walking course (approx. 287m per lap) Tennis court
Multipurpose square (fee-based facility) Basketball facilities Water playground
Rest area Objects with flowing water Fountains in the park
Grass square Park sign Park information board

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