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Kasai Rinkai Park, Edogawa
(4.2/5 based on 300 reviews on the web)
Escape the city and take a trip to Kasai Rinkai Park, the largest park in the center of the capital. Opened in 1989, the park consists of reclaimed land, and acts as a nature reserve protecting the Tokyo Bay habitat. Well-kept gardens and lawns complement the wilder areas of the park, including the marshland bird sanctuary. However, a few scattered manmade attractions have snuck their way onto the site, so make sure to visit the aquarium during your visit, and take a ride on the 117 m (383 ft) tall ferris wheel to gain a new perspective on the park. Take a look at our Tokyo family vacation planner to schedule your visit to Kasai Rinkai Park and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Kasai, Kasai rinkai Park, a large park. In aquariums and giant Ferris wheel. Lawn area is very wide and one's families with too many visitors.
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  • I stopped by in the early afternoon on a weekday. Parking rattles, coach just 10 kindergarten and elementary school field trip was like. To explore the leafy Park on reclaimed land in better it grew up and feel so alone and healed. Both Aquarium and evening Ferris was interested didn't have time. Next time you want to play a little bit more slowly.
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  • In the event of a company I visited for the first time. Sea and green and barbeque square with one-day vacation, I thought. I also want to visit the private.
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  • A beautiful park that has the aquarium, food trucks as you walk over to the giant ferris wheel and gorgeous views of Tokyo harbor. Plenty of parking.
  • It is one of my favorite park in Tokyo area. It has a BBQ area reservation required. You can rent anything you need. There is also a place where you can bring your BBQ set, no reservation is required. There are ferries wheel, an aquarium, botanical garden and some other activities you can enjoy with your family. Car parking available and the station is very convenient.
  • Amazing nature and beautiful scenery. Good for birding, aquarium, the sea and the ferris wheel!
  • This place may be good for a family outing for relaxing or for a couple for romance, but not good for watching flight landings at the Haneda airport. I solely went on that purpose. Yes, I could see the flights, but they were very far. However, the park was free of charge and it was easy to access from the station. Obviously not that much of a long walk.
  • big ferris wheel and nice ocean view!