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  • Joy_Sinha
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India2,388 contributions
    A community park in Ota, Tokyo.
    It has a large campground, sandy beach and dog run. There are enclosures for picnic and barbeque as well.
    One can see the flights take off from Haneda Airport. Also, watch the movement of ships and vessels entering ports in Tokyo.
    Take a Keikyu bus Mori32 (Jonanjima round route) from JR Omori-eki east exit, or Tokyo Monorail Ryutsu Center and get off at the bus stop Jonanjima 4 chome. From there ,3 minutes by foot from the stop.
    Great views in the evening hours.
    Written March 24, 2018
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  • Frode U
    Trondheim, Norway764 contributions
    Flew from Haneda at a time when there was onpy two outbound flight the whole day. Most shops and restaurant were closed, but we managed to get some tasty kobe beef burgers.
    Written July 26, 2020
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  • Khandakar M
    Dhaka City, Bangladesh1,060 contributions
    I would love to recommend to visit this temple, the architectural view is excellent and one feel vibe if they move on that place.
    group of people can easily move and can observe the beauty.
    Written December 9, 2019
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  • Frode U
    Trondheim, Norway764 contributions
    Flew feom Hameda during covid19 restrictions. There was only two outbound flight that day. Most restaurants and shops werw closed. Free wifi at the airport.
    Written July 26, 2020
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  • Hiroaki Kaneko
    Tokyo, Japan2,549 contributions
    公園の大部分を占める池以外は、この公園ならではの特徴的なものが少ない静かな公園です。公園の東側には遊具が設置されている比較的広いスペースが設けられていますが、池を周遊する散策路はそれほど広くはないため、遊具のあるスペース以外で遊ぶのはあまり適しません。加えて周囲は住宅街や学校・図書館があるため、騒いだり大声を出すのは控えた方がいいでしょう。池を取り囲むように桜が植えられ、満開になると屋台が軒を連ねますが却ってそれが狭い遊歩道をより狭くしています。散策したりボートを借りて池で漕いだり、ゆったりとした気持ちで過ごすための公園です。

    Apart from the pond which occupies most of the park, there are few characteristic spots in this park. Space with play equipment for children to play is on the east side of the park. Because the promenade is narrow, it is not suitable to play outside the space where the playground equipment is established.
    Moreover, the park is surrounded by residential areas, with school and library. You should refrain from frolicking or playing ball. This may be a park for where you take a leisurely walk or row a boat.
    During the cherry blossom season, many people visit this park, and some food stands are built on the promenade at the same time. But that makes the narrow promenade narrower.
    Written April 26, 2019
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  • tara1709
    Maroubra, Australia162 contributions
    Good place to watch planes land & take off. There are plenty of seatings wishing the terminal with restaurants, and souvenir shops. Easily accessible by train/subway. There was a cultural display on the 5th floor. There are also restaurants and shops past departure lounge - where the gates are located.
    Written November 7, 2019
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  • Guesthouse Teac... T
    6 contributions
    best to visit in february during the ume (plum) blossom season. You can also rent the wonderful traditional tea houses for parties.
    Written February 28, 2017
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  • bcheong
    Shanghai, China25,843 contributions
    Always a nice respite from the hustle and bustle of the haneda airport. There are 2 ANA lounges and the one nearer to gate 130 is quieter if you’re not in a hurry. Ok variety of food and good service. There’s a noodle bar too
    Written July 12, 2019
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  • Rasika Bandara
    Nugegoda, Sri Lanka144 contributions
    I solely visit this place to watch flight landings of Haneda airport. It was said that a flights land in every single minute at Haneda airport and I wanted to experience it with my bare eyes. Guess what, it was 100% true! I was fascinated. It is a must to experience. You can stare at this scene forever. A down side for this attraction is that you have to walk for about 2.2 km s from Showajima station to the Tsubasa park. Not sure about a place to buy food also. But a great place for romance and for a outing with a bunch of friends or family too.
    Written March 2, 2016
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  • Hiroaki Kaneko
    Tokyo, Japan2,549 contributions
    1km東に羽田空港があるにも関わらず、飛行機の騒音や振動はほとんど感じない、閑静な住宅地に静かに佇む神社です。現在の羽田空港に元々あった神社で、堤防に開く穴から入り込む水害より田畑を守るための神社として崇められてきました。『穴を守る』という名前から、江戸時代より遊女達の信仰を集めたともされています。
    現在の位置に移築されたのは太平洋戦争後のことで、境内の建物は比較的新しいものです。南側の鳥居から境内に入ると、整然とした印象を受けますが、奥に行くと他の稲荷神社でも見られるような小さな鳥居や狐の像が雑多に並びます。境内の入り口と奥とで全く違う印象を受けるでしょう。境内には、『必勝』『出世』『繁栄』等様々なご利益にちなんだ小さな社がいくつも点在します。羽田空港が近くにあるからか『航空神社』という小さな社もあり、空の旅の安全のために祈願に訪れる人もいます。
    空の玄関口に近いわりに休日でも訪れる人はそれ程多くないため、のんびりと境内散策するのにピッタリかもしれません。

    The shrine enshrines quietly in a quiet residential area, where the noise and vibrations of airplanes are barely perceptible, despite the fact that Haneda Airport is 1km east. The shrine was originally located in what is now Haneda Airport, and was revered as a shrine to protect the fields from flooding caused by holes in the embankment. It is also said to have been worshipped by prostitutes since the Edo period because of its name, "protecting the hole".
    It was not until after the Pacific War that the shrine was moved to its current location, so the buildings on the grounds are relatively new. Entering the precincts from the south side of the shrine through the torii gate, you will get an orderly impression, but towards the back, you will see a miscellaneous array of small torii gates and fox statues that can be seen in other Inari shrines. You will get a completely different impression from the entrance and the back of the shrine. The shrine precincts are dotted with many small shrines that are dedicated to various benefits such as "victory," "success," "prosperity," and so on. Perhaps because Haneda Airport is nearby, there is also a small shrine called "Aviation Shrine" where people come to pray for the safety of air travel.
    Even though it's close to Haneda Airport, there are not that many visitors even on holidays, so it may be perfect for a leisurely stroll around the precincts.
    Written August 23, 2021
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  • Mei Ling M
    Macau, China470 contributions
    It’s great airport with variety of meals.
    From staple food to high-end.
    Edo section on the 5th floor on the right side is my favourite because it offers a traditional Japanese dining option and the atmosphere felt like you’re back in Edo period of time.
    Needless to say foods in Japan is always good, besides they have the most Michelin starred restaurant in the world.
    Written May 9, 2018
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  • BROs IN JAPAN
    Japan182 contributions
    Like most airports around the world. Haneda's Terminal 3 provides travelers and visitors with a variety of restaurants and shops. But the International Terminal adds another layer with an Edo-styled setting that makes walking through the shopping street a way better experience.

    Note: Due to COVID-19 most shops are currently closed or have shortened opening hours
    Written May 30, 2021
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  • 967tree4
    Honolulu, HI38 contributions
    This was our third trip to Tokyo, and having seen most of the major sights we wanted something different. Came across pictures of Heiwa No Mori field athletics and the kids (8 and 10) were so excited to try it out. After a short train ride and a 1/2 mile walk, we found the park. Note that it’s on the right side of the expressway coming from the train station. We couldn’t believe how big it was! Admission was a paltry 360Y for adults and 100Y for kids There are 40 obstacles for kids, including some that traverse the water. It was crowded with school groups but the lines moved quickly. The entire course took around 2 hours and they had a blast! It’s like a mini version of Spartan Race or American Ninja Warrior. Their favorites were the zip line and the water obstacles. After finishing the course they went back and did their favorites again. There are no people monitoring the course but everyone was orderly and polite. The ground is dusty and there is a chance of falling in the water (it’s shallow but many kids fell in) so bring a change of clothes just in case. There are also drink vending machines but no food so bring snacks. This was a great way for both kids and adults to burn some energy! Highly recommended excursion!
    Written April 6, 2019
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  • IRiiNaa
    Tokyo, Japan497 contributions
    I live not far from here so visiting this place sometimes . Very quiet, with good view shrine. Beautiful view on tamagawa river. Nearest station is tamagawa.
    If you want to have some celebration or some event inside shrine you have to make reservation before. For example we had the baby birth ceremony inside, after we did reservation. Price list you may find in office building which is downstairs.
    If you looking for quiet place not far from center of Tokyo , this place would be nice.
    Near you may find some restaurants too, but not many.
    Written May 9, 2018
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