Located in Shinagawa Ward, Shiokaze Park is the largest metropolitan park in Rinkai Fukutoshin with an area of about 15 hectares. It is located along the coast leading southwest from Odaiba Seaside Park.

The park is open in three directions, with the Rainbow Bridge to the north, Shinagawa and Oi Pier to the west, and Tokyo Bay to the south, so the view is great and liberating from any angle.

The main attraction is the barbecue plaza, which is available by reservation only, so you can enjoy the outdoors at your leisure. Reservations can be checked online, so it is best to make reservations early, as there are quite a few during the GW and summer vacation seasons.

There are many Odaiba sightseeing spots in the vicinity. Incidentally, this is also where a life-size Gundam was displayed for a limited time in 2009.

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive

Park Name ShioKaze Park
Park Address Higashiyashio, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Playground equipment Slide, net climbing, tire swing
Facilities and equipment Barbecue area
Shiozemaru (slide) Shiozemaru (net climbing) Shiozemaru (tire swing)
Hidamari Hiroba (sun-drenched plaza) Fountain Square Sun Plaza
North Coast Deck Sculpture North Coast Deck South Coast Deck
Barbecue Corner Cascade North Coast Deck Sunset Tower
Benches Park Sign Park Information Map
Liaison Bridge Sunny Terrace Gundam on display until 2009

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive

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