Mizumoto Park

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Mizumoto Park
Mizumoto-koen 001,Katsushika,Tokyo.JPG
Location Katsushika, Tokyo and Misato, Saitama, Japan
Area 921,539 square metres (227.717 acres)
Created April 1, 1965
Aerial photo of Mizumoto Park in 1989.

Mizumoto Park (水元公園, Mizumoto Kōen?) is a park in Katsushika ward, Tokyo, Japan. It is named for Kōon Mizumoto, author of the Jōdoron kōen. It is the biggest park within the 23 Special wards of Tokyo. The park is known for the diverse kinds of plants and wild birds, and as an attraction spot during the Hanami season. It is said to have a haunted phone booth [1]


  • Date opened: April 1, 1965
  • Area: 921,539 m2 (227.717 acres)
  • Nearest stations: about 2 km (1.2 mi) from Kanamachi Station (JR Jōban Line), bus service to the park are available.[2]


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Coordinates: 35°47′10.8″N 139°52′9.3″E / 35.786333°N 139.869250°E / 35.786333; 139.869250