Located in Koto-ku, Yumenoshima Park which fantastically translates to Dream Island Park is a metropolitan comprehensive park with an area of about 43 hectares surrounded by canals and waterways and was developed on the site of a former landfill disposal plant for garbage.

Yume no Shima Park Koto City
Yume no Shima Park Koto City

The park is full of greenery that gives no hint that it used to be a garbage dump, and is centered around the multi-purpose coliseum, a spacious circular lawn park, where many eucalyptus trees and cherry trees are planted, especially eucalyptus trees, and the largest eucalyptus forest in Japan.

The park is also equipped with a baseball field, a stadium, and the BumB Tokyo Sports Culture Center, a facility for enjoying a wide range of sports, and is used by students and groups in a variety of ways.

There are also many cultural facilities, including the Yumenoshima Tropical Botanical Garden, where visitors can appreciate the plants of the Ogasawara Islands, which have been designated a World Heritage site, and the Daigo Fukuryu Maru exhibition hall, which was exposed to radiation as a result of U.S. hydrogen bomb testing.

There are also many parks in the area, and Odaiba and Tokyo Disneyland are also nearby.

Park NameYumenoshima Park
(Dream Island Park)
Park Address3-2, Yumenoshima, Koto-ku, Tokyo
FacilitiesYumenoshima Tropical Botanical Garden, Daigo Fukuryu Maru Exhibition Hall, Tokyo Yumenoshima Marina, BumB Tokyo Sports Culture Center, Koto-ku Yumenoshima Stadium
Yumenoshima Tropical Botanical GardenTokyo Yumenoshima MarinaBumB Tokyo Sports Culture Center
Daigo Fukuryu Maru Exhibition HallKoto City Administration OfficeKoto-ku Yumenoshima Stadium
Baseball fieldBarbecue siteSeaside Promenade
Tokyo Metropolitan Athletic FieldRest benchesParking lot
Seagull BridgeMarinaPark Guide Map

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


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