Discover the best top things to do in Adachi, Japan including Sojiji Temple (Nishiarai Daishi), Toneri Park, Galaxcity, Adachi Park of Living Things, Motofuchi Park, Higashiayase Park, Adachi Fireworks, Agricultural Park, Shobu Numa Park, Senju Mildix.
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3.5 based on 152 reviews
The temple is so nice, but the garden was great with a waterfall and different little shrines. The surrounding streets are also great to wander around - so picturesque.
4 based on 78 reviews
This is a relatively new park in the Adachi-ku district of Metropolitan Tokyo. Away from the densely populated Tokyo’s business and entertainment centres, you can most conveniently reach here by the use of the JR Yamanote Line and the Nippori-Toneri Liner LRT. I understand the park can also accommodate people with cars easily with a large parking lot.
The park’s trees are all very young so do not expect any good shades when it’s super-sunny.
In the northeastern section of Tokyo, this area remained for decades a barren land in the second half of the 20th century. Then the Tokyo government started to convert this space into a park with medium sized ponds where you can enjoy fishing as well as a large number of water iris that should bloom in full in the May-June period. Wild ducks are nesting around the ponds.
When I walked around the park, after reaching here by the Nippori-Toneri Liner LRT, I realized the park has really nothing but the basic park facilities. Toilets are located here and there and I was able to see some vending machines far away, but no fixed shops or restaurants of any kind. I guess it is a great place for families to go and enjoy a picnic and/or barbecue, or go walking around or jogging.
4 based on 31 reviews
I went with 2 years old kid and there was not so much for a young kids. Actually I didnt see smth special there. May be better for elder kids.
4 based on 29 reviews
Located a bit far from the tourist-friendly Tokyo (JR then Tobu Line and a 15 min walk), this park is surrounded by a peaceful park. The park has no english content but you dont really need it to understand whats going on. The park is VERY child-friendly and has a lot of place where kids can interact (fishing, handling, touching) under the control of a very friendly staff. There are many things to see, ranging from rabbits to big turtles. The biggest attraction are the butterflies, you can see a lot of them flying around you in the aviary.
If you like nature and small animals, this park is worth your time.
4 based on 18 reviews
The Adachi Hanabi fireworks have a history dating back to the 1920s. Today, the festival is still responsible for heralding the start of the summer "firework season" in July, with 12,000 explosions of light and color planned for each season. Viewers take up spots along the Arakawa river, usually arriving early to secure a prime viewing spot.
Only way to enjoy the fireworks is to show up 4+ hours in advance and reserve a good spot. Know there are NO bathrooms ANYWHERE and even conbini's have a 20 min+ line to enter, and will close their bathrooms off to the public. Also there are not enough yatai (food stands) so if you want go get beer or food you'll have to wait in line 45 min. Way too chaotic and poorly organized, will not be returning next year.
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