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Kasai Rinkai Park
A vast park overlooking Tokyo Bay where both adults and children can enjoy all day!
Kasai Rinkai Park is a metropolitan park facing Tokyo Bay and is a popular spot that can be accessed in about 15 minutes from Tokyo Station. The vast park of approximately 80 hectares is divided into five zones based on the theme of interaction among greenery, water, and people: an aquarium, a bird sanctuary, a lawn square, a sea breeze square, and an observation square.
Occupying about one-third of the park's area is the "Bird Sanctuary." Inside the sanctuary, there are two ponds, observation buildings, and observation windows, where you can observe various water birds and wild birds that visit throughout the seasons. Bird watching tours are also available, making it enjoyable even for beginners.
In 1995, the observation rest house "Crystal View" was opened. The beautiful glass-walled building, designed by Yoshio Taniguchi, is a symbolic presence in the park.
In addition, there are various ways to enjoy the park, such as the largest Ferris wheel in Japan, standing at 117 meters high, the "Crystal View" observation facility located on top of the hill of the observation square overlooking Tokyo Bay, two barbecue areas, and stylish cafes and restaurants. It's a great spot for couples and families alike.
The park is divided into five zones: an aquarium, a bird sanctuary, a lawn square, a sea breeze square, and an observation square.
"Crystal View" is a beautiful glass-walled building designed by Yoshio Taniguchi.
The Ferris wheel, standing at 117m, is one of the largest in Japan.
Restaurants offer not only dine-in but also picnic sets.
There are two barbecue areas in the park.
Frequently Asked Questions have been vetted and answered directly by each listing.
Do you have signs or pamphlets in foreign languages? (If you do, which languages are available?)
Is free Wi-Fi available in the area?
Yes, it is.
Are coin lockers available?
Are there restrooms available?
Yes, there are.
- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 6 Rinkaicho, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo
※The service center and facilities are closed over the New Year’s holiday. Park facilities have closed days.
- Open all day
※Certain facilities require fees
- About a 1-minute walk from the JR Keiyo Line’s Kasai-Rinkai Park Station
- Official Website
- Official Website