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You can observe the seasonal nature and waterfowl from the pond. There are about 200 cherry trees, the largest cherry blossom spot in the city! A stall comes out from the end of March every year, and it is crowded with flowers guests. You can see...more
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2-14-5 Minamisenzoku, Ota 145-0063, Tokyo Prefecture
A big pond with an antique feel and quite large population of various waterfowl swimming, feeding, resting. Also, a lot of koi adding colour. A path around the pond walks you through changing perspectives. The atmosphere is peaceful. There are benches, some on the path,...More
Took a lazy Sunday stroll at Senzokuike Park which got its name from the famous Nichiren Shonin who passed away in 1282, who ever washed his feet here. The park offered paddle boat ride in the pond, housed a few shrines, including 1 shrine in...More
When I lived in Senzokuike, I lived about a 5 minute bicycle ride away from this beautiful park. My friends used to come here everyday to get away from the craziness of the city and get some exercise while we were at it. This is...More
this place is hiding inside the senzoku ike lake, you must walk into a small road around a school area and finally you find this amazing place. a park beside the beautiful lake. You will never imagine such a living place in tokyo ...
Ponds are rare in Tokyo, and this one is quite beautiful. One side is close to the station and a busy road, but the rest of the pond is surrounded by a park. It may not be a destination by itself, but it makes for...More
I think every time I go to this park it is Hanami (Cherry Blossom) season, as all the portable food shops are set up, and I eat way too much yakitori and yakisoba. Anyway, I've always preferred the "small town" sort of feel of Sensokuike...More