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Yokoamicho Park, Sumida

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#99 of 374 in Parks in Tokyo
Yokoamicho Park is a public park in the Yokoami district of Sumida, Tokyo, Japan.HistoryFollowing the Great Kantō earthquake on 1 September 1923, as many as 44,000 people were killed in the park when it was swept by a firestorm. Following this disaster the park became the location of the main memorial to the earthquake; the Earthquake Memorial Hall and a nearby charnel house containing the ashes of 58,000 victims of the earthquake.Following World War II, the park also became the location of the main memorial to the victims of the Bombing of Tokyo in 1944 and 1945. The ashes of 105,400 people killed in the raids were interred in Yokoamicho Park between 1948 and 1951. A memorial to the people killed in the raids was opened in the park in March 2001.
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  • Had no idea this thing is to visit the local.  Ryogoku station has a lot of history about the place, I watched them out find yokoamicho Park names from the map, I was near the Ryogoku station I visited place on Sumo and was completely irrelevant. No element of Sumo, learned that the place to mourn the victims of the disaster and the war, tells of the misery. But why so many people have recreational area Park was a place where children can play with without tension please feel free to visit, you want to see. Pagoda in the garden are quite powerful. From monument to pray for peace and mourn the Tokyo air raid victims, the flowers are very beautiful. They became famous as a haunted place where such incident or have in the past.
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  • A place of tranquillity amid the urban chaos of Tokyo. It's on the way to the Edo-Tokyo Museum. When I went, they were renovating some parts of the garden. Worth going to, even if it's a quick visit.
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  • I read your "yokodzuna" and "Ami'll just Park" is. In downtown pretty big park is a neighborhood grandparents resting place. This is a good place to enjoy Tokyo's municipal.
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