A nice park surrounded by colourful trees. We rest to perform prayer and have a delicious kebab for lunch. Not far from Tokyo tower
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On our walk from the Skytree to Seso-Ji, we came across Sumida Park & the Ushijima Shrine. Whilst only a little park, it is immaculately clean, has a pleasant water pond (today a number of young schoolchilden were 'fishing' & having a great time) &...More
It is a lovely park along the river with nice view surrounded. I believe that the park will be full of sakura during blossom season in spring. The view during winter is nice too especially when the sky is clear. You can take a cruise...More
Maybe it's not the biggest or the most popular park in Tokyo.But, worth visit.Also, it was close to my hotel.It is a nice public park I like walk between trees and see sumida river. you should come to walk or jogging with your pet or...More
all the construction and barriers here and there! Still, we enjoyed our visit particularly the odd dish shaped inverted dome thingy wiith plants growing in it! See picture... YMMV
Went biking here during Sakura, and it was awesome. It's great to bike in the morning. I was able to rent a bike from the hostel.
Maybe it's not the biggest or the most famous, but it is definitely my first choice! A lot of trees, offering shadow to shelter from sun. A pond, some hills.. wonderful Japanese landscape architecture, as always!
You can take Ginza line to Asakusa from exit gate make a left turn and go straight to Sumida River. There you will see a lot of Cherry trees along both sides of the river. You can see Tokyo Sky Tree & Asahi Beer Tower....More
We visited this park several times while in Tokyo, to walk along the river and see the city from a different vantage point. There is much to see, the boats on the Sumida, the busy train lines. There are benches to stop and sit for...More
My latest journey to Japan in April 2017 was for sakura viewing. So Sumida Park and Sumida River were one on my lists. I started from Tokyo Skytree Solamachi, then walked from Tokyo Skytree station and walked towards Sumida Park and Kototoi bridge (言問橋). Once...More