Ukita Sakura Park in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo is located just east of Ukita Elementary School in Kitakasai, Edogawa-ku.

The park has a large playground complex with a long slide. The unique design of the playground, with its undulating tunnel structure made of black rope and its eye-catching colors, is large enough for children to play all day long, and a variety of equipment is combined with it.

There is also a park where you can play a little catch or kick a ball, making it the perfect park for parents and children.

The park is also known as a cherry blossom viewing spot during the sakura season and is crowded with many cherry blossom viewers.

These cherry trees are maintained by the local seriously sounding “Edogawa Cherry Blossom Guard”.

Park Name Ukida Sakura Park
Park Address 5-20 Kitakasai, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo
Playground equipment Long slide, slide, swing, spring playground equipment, ring net, net climbing, log crossing, stretching equipment
Long roller slide Slide Wide slide
Spring playground equipment Swing set Net climbing
Wall climbing Ring net Health Playground Equipment (Back Stretch Bench)
Hanging equipment (Hanging) Twist Swing Log crossing
Bargola Multipurpose square Flower beds
Trees in the park Playground equipment use precautions Park Signs

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