Mizumoto Park is the largest water village park in Tokyo, located on the border with Saitama Prefecture. There is an aquatic botanical garden, bird sanctuary, iris garden, and fishing pond.
You can enjoy playing in the water at the Seseragi (small stream) square.
The park is also famous for its cherry blossoms, irises and autumn leaves, which attract many people when they are in full bloom.
Various sightseeing spots in Mizumoto Park are as follows:
- Bird Watching House
- Aquatic Botanical Garden
- Juvenile campsite
- Barbecue Square
- Adventure Plaza
- Metasequoia Forest
- Poplar Trees
- Mizumoto Bridge
- Hanashobu Garden
- Mizumoto Sakura Tsutsumi
- Former site of Fisheries Experiment Station (partially open)
- Gonpachi Pond
- Onibasu native habitat
Mizumoto Park Information
|3-2, Mizumoto Koen, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo
|03-3607-8321 (Mizumoto Park Management Office)
How To Get To Mizumoto Park
From Kanamachi Station on the Joban Line or Keisei Kanamachi Station on the Keisei Kanamachi Line, take the Keisei Bus (bound for Togasaki Sharyo Sharyo or Nishimizumoto 3-chome). 7-minute walk from Mizumoto Koen Bus Stop.