Harumi Bridge Park

Name: Harumibashi Koen

Kind: Park

Where: Toyosu Island, Tokyo Bay

Stations: Toyosu StationYūrakuchō Line, or Yurikamomé

Map: https://tinyurl.com/3knkdp8a

Site: https://www.tptc.co.jp/park/02_02

Address: 2 Chome-3 Toyosu, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0061, Japan

Free Wifi: Unknown

Phone: +81355698672

Hours: Open 24 hours

Our Rating: ⭑⭑⭑⭑

Worth it? Absolutely.


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Also known as Shunkai Bridge Park, or Harumibashi Koen in Japanese, Harumi Bridge Park sits on the island of Toyosu in Tokyo Bay.

Just south of LalaPort Toyosu, and just southeast of Harumi Port Park on the next island to the northwest, Harumi Bridge Park is a beautiful, pleasant seaside retreat.

We already have a page on Toyosu so for directions, see that page. You can take the Metro Yurakucho Line to the island, but the Yurikamome Line is considered the best way.

Yurikamome is an automated train system which runs in a loop around all the islands in Tokyo Bay. It’s easy, cheap, and has massive windows to look out of as you ride. The best station from Tokyo to get Yurikamome is Shiodome.

Toyosu Island. Tokyo Bay is to the left (west). There are 2 parts to the island: the smaller square area on the right (east) side, and the longer western part. The station is on the east side, and the fish market is at the far lower left (west) corner. Toyosu Gururi Park is at the extreme west side. Ginza is in the upper left corner. Harumi Bridge Park is roughly along the inner corner in the upper right of this photo – just right of center.

The park is extremely well-kept, with lots of vegetation, and a very nice wide boardwalk along the water, with a spectacular view of Tokyo and some of the other islands at night.

There is also fishing at the park which is popular with young families, and is free of charge.

There are lots of other things to do on the island and you won’t find yourself wanting for excitment. All the walks around the island are pleasant, and you can walk for miles and not get bored.

There is no parking for vehicles at the park, but there are many paid parking lots within walking distance so parking shouldn’t be a problem.

The park actually dates back to 1978 but the city has managed to keep it maintained and it’s one of the most beautiful areas in Tokyo. The park was remodeled and re-landscaped in 2009.

The general area around the islands is known as Koto City, and the city provides a host of info on the Koto official website. The area just to the west on the Japanese mainland is known as Minato City. There are also quite a large number of nice high-rise apartment buildings in the area (known as manshons in Japanese). Some of the apartments are extended short-term stay places for travelers or business people and many are serviced apartments so you don’t have to do any cleaning.

Like many parts of the Tokyo bay islands area, the park is run by the Tokyo Port Terminal Corporation, which manages many facilities + parks on the islands.

You’ll want to plan on spending a half-day at the park and nearby area, or if you want to explore more of the island, at least a full day. To fully explore Toyosu, you could easily spend 2-3 days.



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