The seven parks of East Tokyo

Information on Sarue-onshi Park

Sarue-onshi Park
To the north of the Shin-ohashi road is a baseball field, and to the south is a peaceful garden, a tennis court, a children’s playground, and a plaza.
In celebration of the Showa Emperor’s marriage in 1924, the southern area of the park was given to the city of Tokyo by the Meiji Government. In 1932, this area was opened to the public as the Sarue-onshi Park. The northern area, after it was first proposed in 1946, was officially opened to the public as a park 38 years later, in 1983.
Date of open 1932 April 29,
Area of the park 145,088.43 squre metres (May 31st, 2010)
Number of trees 5,544 trees, 52,020 stumps
Flora of significance Maidenhair tree, Yoshino Cherry, Metasequoia, Otome Camellia
Facilities Baseball field・Tennis courts・Miniture lumber storage・Playground equipment・Splashing pond

Access

Address Koto-ku Sumiyoshi 2-chome, Mori 2-chome
Commute To-ei Subway Shinjuku-line (S13), Tokyo metro Hanzomon line ‘Sumiyoshi’ (Z12) A3 exit, 2 minute walk
JR Sobu-line Kinshi-cho South gate exit, 15 minute walk
Inquiry TEL 03-3631-9732
Saruei-onshi Park service centre
〒135-0001 Koto-ku Mori 2-13-7
東京都江東区毛利2-13-7

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Sarue-onshi Park

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