About Kasai Rinkai Park
Kasai Rinkai Park in Tokyo is a man-made seaside park with the theme of “harmony between plants, water and people”. It is a convenient park where visitors can take a walk or ride on a train-like park bus, which takes about 25 minutes to explore the park’s attractions.
Kasai Rinkai Park is a park constructed on the reclaimed land 2 kilometers east and west of the Arakawa River and the old Edo River. There are two crescent-shaped artificial beaches along the coast, and the west beach is connected to Kasai Rinkai Park by a bridge, so you can see Tokyo Bay, Tokyo Disneyland, and other sights, and have fun playing in the sand or searching for small marine creatures such as shellfish. The Higashi-Kaihama beach is a bird sanctuary where visitors are prohibited from entering, and gobies and many seabirds can be seen in the shallows.
The Kasai Rinkai Park Ferris Wheel, the tallest in Japan, was completed in the park in March 2001. It takes 17 minutes to go around the park, and at 117 meters, it is the height of a 33-story building, giving you a bird’s-eye view of Tokyo Bay, Chiba, the Edo River, Tokyo Disneyland, and Mt. Fuji. Even if you don’t go up to the Ferris wheel, you can still enjoy the view from afar with its colorful, illusory neon lights that change with the time of day.
How to get there
JR: Get off at Kasai Rinkai Koen Station on the Keiyo Line
This is a place visited by the hero and two heroines of a TV animation work! This is the Kasai Rinkai Park Station where I came to film several times at the This time, I used the station to visit the Aquarium, the park’s Giant Ferris Wheel, and the observation facilities.