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Sumida Park, Tokyo

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Designed as a calm, natural oasis in one of the world's busiest cities, Sumida Park ensures some quiet time for visitors looking to recharge their batteries among the numerous cherry trees. Visit this riverside park during sakura, the time when the cherries bloom, and see what makes it a favorite place for both locals and tourists. Take a walk along the Sumida River or hop on boat tour to enjoy priceless views of the city. You can also relax on one of the benches with a good book or check out the gift and souvenir shops scattered across the park. Put Sumida Park and other Tokyo attractions into our Tokyo trip itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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TripAdvisor
  • Went biking here during Sakura, and it was awesome. It's great to bike in the morning. I was able to rent a bike from the hostel.  more »
  • Maybe it's not the biggest or the most famous, but it is definitely my first choice! A lot of trees, offering shadow to shelter from sun. A pond, some hills.. wonderful Japanese landscape architecture...  more »
  • You can take Ginza line to Asakusa from exit gate make a left turn and go straight to Sumida River. There you will see a lot of Cherry trees along both sides of the river. You can see Tokyo Sky Tree &...  more »
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  • Small gem pretty close to Skytree making it a great place to relax from the busy life. The park is beautifully crafted and has a very calming atmosphere.
  • Great little park not far from Tokyo Skytree. We grabbed some lunch from the nearby convenience store, and had a beautiful lunch among the blooming sakura. This was our frist view of the blooming Sakura, and found this park to be way better for getting nice close photos much better than Ueno Park, or some of the more populated parks. A very nice walk around.
  • Peaceful and a quiet park. Unlike Ueno this is the place to go if you want to relax and think about stuff. There's a ton of doves and some crows. A temple and also a small pond with turtles and fishes
  • Quiet and relaxing park. Much more peaceful then the park on the other side of the river. Best time to visit is during Sakura seson.
  • A wonderful and peaceful park to relax, enjoy the cherry's blossom, fill up your soul of zen spirit around the pond...unlike ueno's park during the sakura mankai.