Name: Kiba Park
Free Wifi: Yes
Location: 35°40’22.99″ N 139°48’27.24″ E
Station: Kiba Station, Tozai Metro Line
Our Rating: ⭑⭑⭑
Worth it? If you’re in the area.
Kiba Park is a huge park in eastern Tokyo just south of the Sendai-Bori River. It has long walking trails, a visitor’s center, lots of trees + open green space, an arboretum (Kiba Midorium), some other exhibits, and unsual for most Tokyo parks, a large parking lot for vehicles.
To get to the park, take the Tozai Metro Line, and exit Kiba Station, then head north on foot. The park is just a block north.
At the north end of the park is a large suspension bridge you can walk across straddling the Sendai-Bori River.
Also just to the north of the park is the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (M0+).
Kiba Park in eastern Tokyo, lower right. Just to the north is the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (M0+), and in the upper left corner northeast of that is Kiyosumi-Shirakawa. Central Tokyo is to the west, out of view.
Also, just to the northeast are 2 more small parks worth a look: Toyosumi Park + Sendaiborigawa Park
If you’re up for another 3 mile walk to the north, also check out the fabulous Tokyo Sky Tree. See our Superguide for more info.
Kiba Park is vast + impressive. It’s worth a stop if you have time, and its convient access on the Tozai Line make it easy to get to. Definitely worth a stroll if you have a few hours to kill.
Kiba Park | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide
Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (M0+)
Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT), Art Museum in Kiba Park, Tokyo
5 areas in Tokyo with good green space | REthink Tokyo
The best parks in Tokyo | Time Out Tokyo
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Tokyo walk: Asakusa / Oyokogawa Shinsui Park / Kinshicho / Kiba / Toyosu