Kasai Rinkai Park, Edogawa

4.2
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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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  • August 16, 2017
    It is located in the Tokyo Bay Waterfront Park. It is a park of urban greenery and excellent traffic access, in your flower shop and Aquarium and hotel guests. Please note that there are also warning signs that the injury cases as well as gather after dark, crowded with families during the day and come late at night in the neighborhood bad guys that Paris.
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  • August 15, 2017
    Very broadly, or gathering shellfish in the coastal, and badminton in the field, Ferris, barbecue, you can relax throughout the day. It is often also performers and other performers in the Park on holidays.
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  • August 13, 2017
    Take two school summer holidays, I went to the Aquarium. With only 700 yen for adults can cool down as half a day. It is good to go. Therefore, maihama, Chiba Nishi Funabashi terminating as I could lol
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  • April 6, 2017
    This park is one of the best places in Tokyo for a picnic and spending a nice family day. In addition to the greenery and beauty you could do some bird watching or ride the huge panoramic wheel. You could enjoy the beach and make so amazing sunset photos. There is a road train and an interesting observation deck. You could rent a barbecue and grill some meat etc. So many things in one place. You could also combine the trip with a visit to Tokyo Sea Life aquarium. Access is easy on the Keiyo Rail line.
  • June 14, 2017
    Excellent park for the family. Inexpensive to get into the aquarium. Great picknick/surrounding area.
  • May 5, 2017
    Been here many times. Very clean, organised park with huge space. Nice place to spend with kids and family. Good picnic spot. One of the very rare place where you can have a park and beach together!
  • June 27, 2017
    The aquarium is OK here. And the park is nice in good weather. I wouldn't go out of my way, though.
  • June 7, 2017
    Nice bento hiroba, aquarium, and ferriswheel. The Ferriswheel were claimed as highest Ferriswheel in Kanto, so you can see Kanto area by riding this.

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