Managed by the Bureau of Port and Harbor, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the Tatsumi no Mori Seaside Park is located in Koto-ku, facing Tokyo Bay.

The park is famous for its eight very diverse sports: disc golf, ground golf, shuffleboard, putting golf, petting, free tennis, mallet golf, and garden golf, which can be enjoyed safely by all generations, from small children to the elderly. Equipment is available for rent.

In addition, there are sports facilities such as a youth square and rugby field, playground equipment such as slides and swings, a vast lawn, a dog run for dogs, and a barbecue area, making it a place where anyone can have fun.

The area is dotted with nature-filled parks such as the adjacent Tatsumi no Mori Ryokudo Park and Yumenoshima Park.

Name of Park Tatsumi no Mori Kaifuku Kouen (Tatsumi Seaside Park)
Park Address 2-1-35, Tatsumi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Playground equipment Combination playground equipment, spring playground equipment, seesaw, health playground equipment
Facilities and equipment Soccer field, disc golf, grand golf, putter golf, petanque, free tennis, mallet golf, garden golf, barbecue area, dog run, shuffleboard, basketball court
Combination Playground Equipment Tire Swing Playground Equipment Boat playground equipment
Spring Playground Equipment Seesaw Health Playground Equipment (Back Stretch)
Health Playground Equipment (Low Long Step) Health playground equipment (Twist Board) Playground equipment (Rope Climbing)
Health playground equipment (spring board) Grand golf course Disc golf course
Mullet golf course Putting golf course Shuffleboard
Free tennis Petanque field Basketball goal
Rugby field Soccer field Multipurpose square
Barbecue area Dog run Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center
Liaison bridge Tokyo Sky Tree seen from the park Park Information Board

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