• Senzoku-ike
  • Senzoku-ike
  • Senzoku-ike
  • Senzoku-ike
  • Senzoku-ike




Senzoku-ike is a spacious pond with an area of 40,000 square meters. It is so named because of the legend that Nichiren, founder of Nichiren Buddhism, washed his legs in this pond. Senzoku-ike has been recognized as a place of scenic beauty since olden times, and in the mid-19th century was immortalized in an ukiyo-e painting by Utagawa Hiroshige. Now part of a municipal park in Ota ward, the pond offers a scenic circuit for a walk or a jog. You can also enjoy relaxing views of the pond by row- and paddle boat. The recently built Ikezuki-bashi Bridge further adds to the appeal. During April, the pond is surrounded by a curtain of cherry blossoms that attracts a large number of people; it is one of the most popular cherry-blossom viewing sites in Tokyo. A two-minute walk from Senzoku-ike Station on the Tokyu Ikegami Line.

Location Information

  • Address

    2-14-5, Minamisenzoku, Ota-ku, Tokyo, 145-0063

  • Nearest Station
    Senzoku-Ike Station
    ・ Tokyu Ikegami Line
    2 minutes on foot
  • Phone Number
    Available languages
    only in Japanese

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