Located in Edogawa Ward, this park stretches to the west of the bank of the Edogawa River and is a valuable metropolitan park in the eastern part of the city, where there are few green spaces.

There are two grassy hills and a large grassy area on the north side of the park. Since there are no tall buildings around the park, the sky is wide open, and it is a great place for families and friends to stretch out and relax.

There are baseball fields, tennis courts, and other sports facilities, as well as a barbecue plaza, so you can enjoy the outdoors while getting in touch with nature.

There is a children’s playground and baseball field a little further to the south, and there are plans to expand the park to the south of this area in the future.

The Edogawa River flows nearby, and various sports facilities, strolling and cycling can be enjoyed in the surrounding area.

Shinozaki Park

Park Name Shinozaki Park
Park Address 1-25-1 Kamishinozaki, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo
Playground equipment Combination playground equipment, spring playground equipment, swings, jungle gym, health playground equipment
Facilities and equipment Baseball field, tennis court, barbecue area, dog run, basketball court
Combination Playground Equipment Combination playground equipment for toddlers Spring playground equipment
Swings Slides Jungle Gym
Swing set Sandbox Health playground equipment
Baseball field Tennis court Tennis wall
Basketball goal Gate ball field Dog run
Barbecue area Edogawa green area Bicycle path
Parking lot Grass plaza Cherry blossom plaza
Japanese-style plaza (Edo no Kawagishi) Park Management Office Park Guide Map

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