A scenic park selected as one of the New Tokyo 100 Views. The verdant park has a baseball field, tennis courts, and an athletic open space.

Arakawa Shizen Park, the largest municipal park in Arakawa Ward, is a scenic space rich in nature with a pond and woods. In 1982, the park was selected as one of the Tokyo 100 Views, and is beloved by ward residents as one of Tokyo's top scenic locations. Within its 61,068 square meters reside diverse trees and wild plants, giving us the pleasure of seasonal views as we stroll through the park. There is a Traffic Park where you can learn about traffic regulations in Japan while riding a bicycle, tricycle or go-kart. Other facilities include an athletic open space, baseball field and tennis courts that can be reserved for a fee and insect watching park and swimming pool (seasonal). Visitors can enjoy various kinds of activities throughout the year at this park. A short walk from either Arakawa-nichome Station on the Toden Arakawa Line, or Arakawa-shisen-koen-iriguchi bus stop on the Sakura Community Bus.


  • Address

    8-25-3, Arakawa, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo, 116-0002

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  • Nearest Station
    Arakawa-Nichome Station
    ・ Toden Arakawa Line
    1 minute on foot
  • Phone Number


    Our staff may only be able to communicate in Japanese.


  • Closed
    The 1st Thu. of the month,The 3rd Thu. of the month
    If a national holiday falls on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, then on the following day we are closed. A New Year’s holiday (December 29th – January 3rd)