This page introduces parks in Tokyo where you can play in the water. From small parks like children’s parks to full-fledged parks where you can play in the water, we have a wide range of parks that you can enjoy for free.

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1320201001_51-8 National Showa Memorial Park (Tachikawa City, Tokyo)

The water playgrounds in Showa Kinen Park include a shallow toddler pool with a depth of about 15 centimeters, a large waterfall pool with five waterfalls of various sizes, a mountain stream pool with a small slider, and a monument pool with a pleasant spray from a fountain.

1312301003_121-3 Edogawa Ward General Recreation Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Rainbow Square in the General Recreation Park is located between Edogawa Ward Baseball Stadium and Nishi-Kasai Youth Baseball Plaza. The water discharge is 50 meters long, making it one of the largest water playgrounds in Tokyo. The back of the water discharge area is a water tunnel, so even adults can enjoy this place.

1312301003_61-3 Edogawa Ward General Recreation Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)

You can play with water at the fountain in the Flower Garden in the General Recreation Park. Even small children can enjoy playing with the water as it flows down from the fountain and on the flat area where the water flows. How about playing in the water while enjoying the flowers?

1312301003_151-3 Shin-Nagashima River Water Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)

Shin Nagashima River Water Park in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo is a park with a fountain, a stream running through the park, and a water playground. In summer, the park is crowded with children playing in the water.

1312301006_51-4 Gyofune Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Gyosen Park in Tokyo’s Edogawa Ward is centered around a central fountain and is surrounded by a circular water playground. Around the water playground are covered resting areas, benches and drinking water vending machines. Why not bring a change of clothes for a hot day?

1312301002_51-6 Komatsugawa Sakai River Water Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Komatsugawa Sakai River Water Park is equipped with wooden play equipment “Adventure Boat”, net climbing equipment, water slide, and a large waterfall. There are also shower facilities and benches for resting. Why not bring a change of clothes for a hot day?

1310801011_61-5 Sarue Onshi Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Sarue Onshi Koen in Koto-ku, Tokyo, has a stream running through the park and a jabu-jabu pond where children can enjoy playing in the water. There are also rocks around the park for children to lean on, and parents can throw their feet in the water to cool off while watching over their children.

1310801017_81-3 Tategawa riverside park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Tatekawa Riverside Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo, includes a water playground by the sports facilities between the Railway Bridge and the Gono Bridge, a waterway between the former Tatekawa Humanitarian Bridge and the Gono Bridge, and a water athletic facility between the Railway Bridge and the former Kamejima Bridge. The depth of the water ranges from about 5 cm to 35 cm.

1310801001_61-2-3 Yokojuma River Water Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

Yokojukenkawa Shinsui Koen (Yokojuken River Water Park) in Koto-ku, Tokyo, has a water playground with water athletic equipment that you can enjoy together while playing in the water. Why not try playing in the water on a hot summer day?

1310801006_51-4 Toyosu Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

Toyosu Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo, has a water playground with a jabu-jabu pond in front of the children’s plaza near the entrance to the park. Why don’t you enjoy playing in the water after playing in the children’s plaza?

1312101001_51-3 Toshi Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Toneri Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo, is located in the B (northeast) area of the park and is surrounded by a campground and a large grass slope pond. The Floating Ball Pond is open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and is suitable for children in the third grade or younger and toddlers.

1312101002_73-5 Higashi Ayase Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Higashi Ayase Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo, has a jabu-jabu pond for children to play in. There is also a swimming pool facility for those who are not satisfied with just playing in the water.

1312101003_71-5 Kitashikahama traffic park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Kitashikahama Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo, has a jabu-jabu pond around the shape of a boat. The opening period, regular closing days, and hours of use are set. Please note that swimsuits are required for use.

1321301001_51-3 Higashimurayama Central Park (Higashimurayama City, Tokyo)

The water playground in Higashimurayama Central Park is a circle-shaped water feature named “Maimai Stream”. One of them has a fountain around which water accumulates, one has a hollow, and one has a protruding circle. There are many different types of water features to choose from, so please be creative and try your hand at playing.

1322001001_51-4 Higashiyamato Minami Park (Higashiyamato City, Tokyo)

The water playground at Higashiyamato Minami Park in Higashiyamato City, Tokyo, features a stream that runs through the park, as well as a water feature made of rocks.

1311701009_61-4 Kiyomizu-zaka Park (Kita-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Shimizuzaka Park in Tokyo’s Kita Ward has seven outlets and a 150-meter-long stream. This stream is inspired by a mountain stream and has a height difference of 10 meters. There are various water playgrounds in the park, and small children can enjoy them safely.

1311701001_01-1 Otonashi River Water Park (Kita-ku, Tokyo)

This park was developed on the old channel of the Shakujii River. It is not a very large park, but it is surrounded by water, rocks and greenery and has been selected as one of the “100 Best Urban Parks in Japan”. Located just down from the Otonashi Bridge, it is a space where you don’t feel the hustle and bustle of the surrounding area, and is used by the local residents as a place for relaxation and recreation.

1311701006_51-2 Takinogawa Park (Kita Ward, Tokyo)

In the summer, water flows down from the 5-meter-high, 22-meter-wide white granite wall of Takinogawa Park and collects in the large pond. Water also flows into the Jabujabu Pond in the park, where even small children can enjoy playing in the water. Please note that even in summer, the water may not flow due to power conservation.

1311701004_71-3 Jujo Central Park (Kita Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Jujo Chuo Park in Kita Ward, Tokyo, is located in the plaza behind the park management office and is open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Every Friday is a cleaning day. The playground is open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and is cleaned every Friday. Please note that the playground may be shut down due to power conditions.

1311701005_51-3 Nishigahara Minnano Park (Kita-ku, Tokyo)

Nishigahara Minna no Koen (Nishigahara Park for Everyone) in Kita-ku, Tokyo, has two playgrounds, one on a flat area and one on a slope. The park is open from 10:00 to 16:00 and is cleaned every Tuesday.

1311801001_51-2 Shioiri Park (Arakawa Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Shioiri Park in Arakawa Ward, Tokyo, is located at the Fureai Hiroba fountain. There are several spouts, and children are sure to be delighted when they see the many fountains spouting out. Bring a change of clothes on hot days!

1311801002_51-2 Nippori Minami Park (Arakawa-ku, Tokyo)

Nippori Minami Park’s water playground is a summer-only playground located in the Jabu-Jabu pond in the fountain square. It consists of a circular water playground around the central fountain, benches and rest areas around it, and green trees around it. Why not bring a change of clothes for a hot summer day?

1311801003_53-2-2 Tenno Park (Arakawa Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground in Tenno Park can be enjoyed at the Ohtaki Waterfall in the park and the streams that flow around it. The water play area at Ohtaki Falls is popular with children because of the stepping stones that allow you to walk through the waterfall. It’s a great place to enjoy some real water fun, so why not bring your swimsuit along when it’s hot out?

1311901002_81-3-2 Akatsuka Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Akatsuka Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, has a fountain in the center of the park. During the hot season, the water cascades down from the top of the fountain, making it a popular place for children.

1311901004_71-4 Mitsugi Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

Mitsugi Park is located in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo. The park is surrounded by trees, so you can enjoy playing in the water safely.

1311901003_61-6 Johoku Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The Children’s Pond at Johoku Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, is a miniature pool where children can enjoy playing in the water. The facility is surrounded by trees and benches.

1311901006_51-2 Higashi Itabashi Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Higashi Itabashi Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, has a water fountain located beside the lawn area. The fountain is usually in operation from late July to late August, and is available from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please note that the water fountain may be suspended due to power conservation and other reasons.

1320101001_51-4 Ryonan Park (Hachioji City, Tokyo)

The water playground at Ryounan Park in Hachioji City, Tokyo, allows children to enjoy playing in the water at the main park. There is also a swimming pool in the park, so if the jabu-jabu pond is not enough for you, you can also play in the pool.

1320601004_71-2 Musashino Park (Fuchu City, Tokyo)

Musashino Park in Fuchu City, Tokyo, has a fountain pond in front of the management office. There are benches around the pond and cherry trees are planted around it. The water is shallow, so small children can play safely.

1320601001_51-2 Fuchu no Mori Park (Fuchu City, Tokyo)

The water playground at Fuchu no Mori Park in Fuchu City, Tokyo, is well equipped with water play facilities such as mist spouting from the jabu-jabu pond and showers running down from the pipes.

1320801001_61-2-3 Nogawa Park (Chofu City, Tokyo)

The water playground at Nogawa Park in Chofu City, Tokyo is surrounded by green trees, so you can enjoy playing in the water in a shady and cool place. There are also covered resting areas and lawn areas around the park, so you can take a break while watching your children.

1311201002_71-2 Komazawa Olympic Park (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Komazawa Olympic Park in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, is available for use during the summer months only, and is open from 10:00 to 16:00. Please note that the playground may be closed for cleaning during this period.

1311001003_61-2 Nakane Park (Meguro-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Nakane Park in Meguro Ward, Tokyo, is located beside a multipurpose plaza and is surrounded by benches. There is a cylindrical fountain near the center of the Jabu-Jabu Pond, and water flows out from this fountain. There are drinking water vending machines in front of the toilets, so please use them to prevent heat stroke.

1311901001_51-5 Ukima Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

Ukima Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, has a water playground with a jabu-jabu pond in the park. The water playground is open only during the summer for children under elementary school age and infants.

1312001004_61-2 Hikarigaoka Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

Hikarigaoka Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward has a water playground with a jabu-jabu pond in the park’s Keyaki Plaza. There are covered benches around the pond, so children can play safely. Why not bring a change of clothes for hot summer days?

1312001002_51-3 Oizumi Central Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

Oizumichuo Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward has a water playground with a center square and a water square. Each has its own water fountain, and in the summer the park is crowded with many little children who come to play in the water. In the water plaza, there are bargolas and benches where you can take a rest.

1312001006_61-3 Summer Cloud Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Natsunokumo Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward has a whirlpool-shaped, tiled jabu-jabu pond. Water spurts out from the surrounding projections and flows down into the spiral-shaped area. Why not bring a change of clothes for the hot season?

1312201001_71-4 Mizumoto Park (Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Mizumoto Park in Katsushika Ward, Tokyo, has a central plaza and a jabu-jabu pond that runs through the Seseragi plaza. The park is located in a fairly large plaza, so you can enjoy playing in the water while feeling a sense of openness.

1312201003_51-2 Shinkoiwa Park (Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)

Shinkoiwa Park in Katsushika-ku, Tokyo has a water playground located on the north side of the park. There are fountains, waterfalls, and a jabu-jabu pond. There are also showers and a covered resting area, so you can enjoy playing in the water in peace.

1312201005_51-4 Aoto Peace Park (Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)

Aoto Heiwa Park in Katsushika-ku, Tokyo has a water playground with a jabu-jabu pond around a fountain pond. There are also shower facilities and rest areas, and the park is crowded with lots of little kids in the summer. Why not bring a change of clothes? The fountain pond is a restricted area.

1312201004_51-3 Hikifune River Water Park (Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground in Hikifune River Water Park stretches about 3 km from north to south, and there are three Jabujabu Ponds in the well maintained park. Along the Jabu-Jabu Pond, there are covered resting areas, pavilions, shower facilities, and water spouts. Even small children can play safely in this water playground.

1312201006_51-3 Kitanuma Traffic Park (Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Kitanuma Kotsu Koen in Katsushika-ku, Tokyo, has a spacious jabu-jabu pond surrounding a fountain. Water rises from the fountain and spurts out from the surrounding jets, making it a very popular area for children.

1312201002_51-2 Kamichiba Sunahara Park (Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Kamichibasunahara Park in Katsushika-ku, Tokyo has a circular area with nine water spouts that spray water. There are shower facilities, covered resting areas, benches and other facilities around the park. Please note that it is not allowed to enter the water with disposable diapers.

1310901004_51-2-2 Rintsunomori Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Rinshinomori Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, can be enjoyed at the Jabukyabu Pond near the south gate of the park. The park is open from July to August, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Please note that it is closed on cleaning days.

1310901007_71-4 Shinagawa Central Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Shinagawa Central Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, has a jabu-jabu pond in the trim square. The park also has a fountain, rock garden and various other water features to keep you cool.

1310401002_61 Shinjuku Central Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Shinjuku Chuo Park in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Ward is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for children younger than elementary school age. The Jabu Jabu Pond is located in the Chibikko Hiroba, where there is a lot of playground equipment for children. Why not play in the water at this oasis in the city?

1310401008_61-3 Hyakunincho Fureai Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Hyakunincho Fureai Park in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, is located in the Jabujabu Pond in the park. Jabujabu Pond is surrounded by a lawn area. There are also benches along the Jabu Jabu Pond, so you can watch your children on the benches.

1311301004_61-3 Hiroo Park (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

Hiroo Park in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, has a water playground in front of the pavilion in the center of the park. Water flows from the upper part of the pond to the shallow area with a gentle slope, making it safe to play in the water.

1310301012_51 Midtown Garden (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Midtown Garden in Minato-ku, Tokyo, is located in the highland spring zone and has many fountains with the image of rushing water expressed in the fountains. There are many benches around the area, so children can play while taking a rest.

1310301008_71 Hinokicho Park (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Minato Hinokicho Park in Akasaka, Minato Ward, Tokyo, is located on the fountain terrace on the south side of the lawn. There are five fountain spouts where children can enjoy playing with water.

1310701006_51 Oyokogawa River Water Park (Sumida-ku, Tokyo)

The Oyokogawa Shinsui Park in Sumida-ku, Tokyo, is a narrow, 1,800-meter-long water playground with a stream from the Kitajumagawa River running through the center of the park.

1311861001_61 Arakawa Amusement Park (Arakawa-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Arakawa Amusement Park in Arakawa Ward, Tokyo, is located in the water playground in front of the Alice Plaza gate, and the plaza is lined with cherry trees and has a covered resting area.

1311101012_61-3 Higashi Chofu Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Higashi Chofu Park in Ota Ward, Tokyo, offers water play in the artificial streams beside the Higashi Chofu Children’s Transportation Park and beside the baseball field during the summer.

1311101013_91-6 Shimomaruko Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Shimomaruko Park in Ota Ward, Tokyo, has a 40-meter-long stream that flows from the top of a small hill. There are a small concrete boat and a wooden ferry at the water playground. The stream is usually in operation from May to October.

1311101014_61-3 Iri-niarai Nishi Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)

The water playground at Iriarainishi Children’s Transportation Park in Ota-ku, Tokyo, is located a short distance away from the main park and is surrounded by stretch playground equipment and restrooms. Access is a five-minute walk from Omori Station on the JR Keihin Tohoku Line.

1322501003_61-5 Inagi Central Park (Inagi City, Tokyo)

The water playground at Inagi Central Park in Inagi City, Tokyo, is located in the waterway that runs in front of the sub-gate of the track and field stadium. There are also benches and other facilities around the water playground. Why not bring a change of clothes for a hot summer day?

1322501005_61-3 Daimaru Park (Inagi City, Tokyo)

The water playground at Oomaru Park in Inagi City, Tokyo, uses water from the JR Musashino South Line tunnel that has been stored in a tank. There are covered resting areas and benches near the water playground. Why not bring a change of clothes on a hot day?

1321110001_01-3 Hyotan Pond Park (Kodaira City, Tokyo)

Hyotan Ike Park in Kodaira City, Tokyo is located in front of the municipal Hana-Koganei Minami Children’s Hall. There is no playground equipment or restrooms in the park, but a gourd-shaped water playground, water fountain and benches. Nearby are Lake Tama Bicycle Path and Koganei Park.

1321101004_71-4 Kodaira Central Park (Kodaira City, Tokyo)

The water playground at Kodaira Central Park in Kodaira City, Tokyo, can be enjoyed at the jabu-jabu pond in front of the gymnasium in the park. There are also fountain ponds, wall fountains, and other water features in the surrounding area.

1322401005_51-3 Koda-Kaidori Fureai Hiroba (Tama City, Tokyo)

The water playground at the Kotta-Kaitori Fureai Hiroba (乞田・貝取ふれあい広場) in Tama City, Tokyo, can be enjoyed in the waterway that runs along the south side of the park. The water is terraced and flanked by trees. There are also log chairs by the water playground.

1322401007_71 Ipposugi Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The water playground at Ipponsugi Park in Tama City, Tokyo, can be enjoyed at the stream by the baseball field in the park and the jabu-jabu pond by the tennis court. The stream varies in height from upstream to downstream and is long enough to give you a sense of the scale of the water playground. Why not bring a change of clothes on a hot day?

1330301002_71-4 Matsubara Central Park (Mizuho Town, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo)

The water playground at Matsubara Central Park in Mizuho-cho, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo, is located beside the grass square in the park, and benches and tables are set up around it. Part of the area is covered with natural grass and part with artificial grass.

1321401002_61-3 Kubotoh Park (Kokubunji City, Tokyo)

KUBO HIGASHI KOUEN is located in Kokubunji city, Tokyo. There is a resting place with four arches and trees along the waterway, so there is shade. There are also many rocks along the waterway.

1322101003_61-7 Kamiyama Park (Kiyose City, Tokyo)

The water playground at Kamiyama Park in Kiyose City, Tokyo, can be enjoyed in the spring water stream in the park’s waterfront plaza, and is usually open from May to September. There is also a bargola with benches by the water playground.

1310010001_91 Mejirodai Sports Park (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Mejirodai Sports Park in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo can be enjoyed at the fountain pond in front of the Park Center at the central entrance. There is a small fountain in a circular jabu-jabu pond. Why not bring a change of clothes on a hot day?

1310010003_51 Kyoiku no Mori Park (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)

The water playground at Kyoiku no Mori Park in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo is a jabu-jabu pond in the park and is available from mid July to mid September. The park is open from 10:00 to 16:00, and is closed on Thursdays.

1310201001_61 Echizen-dori Children’s Park (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

Echizenbori Children’s Park in Chuo-ku, Tokyo has a water playground with a unique boat objet d’art (ECHIZEN LINE). Shower facilities are available, so why not bring a change of clothes on a hot day?

1322801001_51 Akirudai Park (Akiruno City, Tokyo)

Akirudai Park in Akiruno City, Tokyo, has a water playground with a fountain pond in the central square located almost in the center of the park. There are covered benches and drinking water vending machines around the park.

1321801001_61 Tamagawa Ryokuchi Fussa Minami Park (Fussa City, Tokyo)

The cycling course at Tama River Fussa Minami Park in Fussa City, Tokyo, is part of the Tama River Cycling Course and is a dedicated path for bicycles. The course has both dirt and asphalt sections.

1320901005_01 Serigaya Park (Machida City, Tokyo)

Serigaya Park in Machida City, Tokyo, is home to the International Museum of Graphic Arts, and the park is also decorated with various objects. The park has a rainbow and water plaza, a multipurpose plaza, an adventure plaza, a lawn plaza, etc. The park is rich in nature, especially the water playground facilities such as the Arch Fountain and the rainbow and water plaza.

1322901001_81 Nishi-Tokyo Ikoinomori Park (Nishi-Tokyo City, Tokyo)

The water playground at Nishi-Tokyo Ikoinomori Park in Nishi-Tokyo City, Tokyo, can be enjoyed at the fountain in front of the administration building and playground. There are also stone benches around the fountain.

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