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Oyokogawa Water Park, Sumida

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Oyokogawa Water Park is located in Sumida. Take a look at our Tokyo tourist route planner to schedule your visit to Oyokogawa Water Park and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • This long narrow park that runs through typical Japanese apartments provided a slim patch of green and an interesting fast flowing creek, including places to fish. It is quite close to the Sky Tree an...  more »
  • It is the Park next to the great River Trail near the sky. In addition have the pond, children's playground, babble rock and a pond will put cleverly offers. It was a park you can enjoy strolling and looking up at the sky.
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  • It is 2 km long North-South connecting kata River and North River Park. And streams in the Park, is a good playground for neighborhood children. Also, walks his dogs are often seen. Nice bike and pushing distance non-stop signal with no kinshi-Cho. Welcome walk is a man who lives in the neighborhood.
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