Located in Suginami Ward, Wadabori Park is a long and narrow park that stretches along the Zempukuji River and spans 12 bridges from the Hakusan-mae Bridge downstream to the Musashino Bridge.
The park is formed by a vast greenbelt and is so quiet that it is hard to believe that it is in Tokyo, and it is famous for its cherry blossoms. The park is equipped with facilities such as a baseball field and a barbecue plaza.
Wadabori Pond in the park is surrounded by deep greenery in its natural state and is home to kingfishers, a rare waterfowl in central Tokyo, and the natural forest in the Jebiyama area upstream is a bird sanctuary for wild birds, so there are many spots for bird watching.
In addition, there is a local museum and the history of Suginami Ward is open to the public. The park is a place where visitors can deepen their understanding of the area and nature.
The Zempukuji River Green continues upstream, so you can enjoy the nature of Musashino together.
|Park Name||Wadabori Park
|Park Address||1-30-27 Naritanishi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo|
|Playground equipment||Combination playground equipment, iron bars, airplane slider, swings, health playground equipment|
|Facilities and equipment||Barbecue area, baseball field, soccer field|
|Rocket Slider||Twin Slider||Combination playground equipment|
|Iron bars||Rope climbing||Airplane jungle gym|
|Soccer field||Baseball field||Barbecue area|
|Various health playground equipment||Ancient dwelling restoration||Ruins of ancient dwellings|
|Stream running through the park||Zempukuji River||Wadabori Pond|
|Grass square||Monument at the airplane square||Park information board|