Mizumoto Park, Katsushika

4.3
#38 of 254 in Parks in Tokyo
#Nature / Park, #Must See
Find a peaceful spot to put down a blanket by the water at Mizumoto Park. Originally constructed as a flood plain, the area offers open, green spaces, and houses a diverse range of plants and bird life, which you can spot throughout the park. Lay out a blanket on the lawns and enjoy a picnic or barbeque, or even try your hand at fishing. Look out for some colorful waterflowers, including the Japanese iris and cow lily. Use our Tokyo online tour planner to arrange your visit to Mizumoto Park and other attractions in Tokyo.
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  • I think while as Riverside Park in Tokyo's largest and would rather not major, while in the level's pretty. Natural and artificial harmony is nice it looks like feel reminiscent of the art here and there, visible during the winter of autumn, the forest of Metasequoia and foreign. The casting because it is the nearest station kanamachi in 30 minutes on foot and our fine group of. Bus station from "water park" bus stop and walk 7 minutes by Keisei bus. Barbeque square donglin, athletic, aquatic Botanical Garden, camping grounds, Edo goldfish breeding exhibition facilities there, especially surprised with the huge central square. Lawn's square, room to swing, but there is nothing. It is wide enough for good. Shop with cool-Tei restaurant is located inside the Park, is popular with it's shrimp Tempura. I think is nice scenery and watching people walk with dogs I dined at the table outside the store.
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  • I'm familiar with the old park is. I went fishing mainly when I was a kid. Old River 溜井, this means that irrigation and recreational water ponds? Swamp? The 小合 accumulated there in the Park. It is now also much anglers. Relied upon which larger outside and there was a fence at that time are now removed, and water surface is friendly. I'm from the front would be 30 cm in depth is not changed if too low risk? Back outside and waterways connected to Tamari, was better able to fish tanago. I'm pretty rosy bitterling = okame was a treasure for children, now that agreed specified on invasive alien species. Adults are selfish. Besides the increasing number of places can play in the water such as babbling square increased hydrophilicity. As the park attractions. Banks around the Park perimeter along spring and planted cherry blossoms, pink tunnel. During the early summer Iris Iris Festival takes place and attracts many people. Stores and gardening stage. Also in the fall is beautiful leaves of poplar, Metasequoia. And there is also a lawn square, there is also a bird sanctuary. Whether I was in the old days the whereabouts unknown now seen Kingfisher. It is so large and tall buildings near empty, unlike the 23 wards in sight. Is the Matsudo districts buildings are barely visible. So personal is 5-6 months do you like?-wind across the Green and the blue sky, the water is soothing.
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  • This season on natural ice is a very nice hard preparation is very distant and the near daily hotel if you are envious 
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  • Great park. Actually, one of the best in Tokyo, I have to say. Beautiful open spaces, magnificent tall trees, ponds, BBQ area. Something for everyone. Bring a picnic lunch, a kite, a good book, etc., and relax.
  • Mizumoto Park, the largest park within 23 wards of Tokyo, is the only park in Tokyo with riverside town scenery. Poplars, metasequoias, alders and other trees that grow well near water bodies have been planted in the park. Many aquatic plants such as Japanese irises, water lilies, and cow lilies can also be seen.
  • Everyone loves their greenspace, and on good days expect people training for marathons, fishing, practicing their dance moves, or just enjoying nature. Or like me, you needed to kill time after buying your meal ticket at the neighbouring top-rated ramen spot, why not take a nice stroll and people-watch? Or bird-watch, as there's quite a few species hanging around here. Serious, there are signs helping you identify different birds, awesome.
  • Wow,it is a very beautiful! The scenery is breathtaking,you can see so many beautiful birds, don't miss it!
  • Very large park with a beautiful lake and a running track.

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