Currently, large-scale redevelopment has been developed around the area of the Tokyo Station Yaesu exit. This time, we’re going to introduce “TOKYO TORCH Park” spreading on the foot of the commercial complex ‘TOKYO TORCH Tokiwabashi Tower’ which opened a step ahead of the same area. It’s a large-scale square of 7,000 square meters, and there’re many tricks to deliver the region’s charm that satisfy both adults and kids.
Large scale station square “TOKYO TORCH Park”, which was built as part of the ‘TOKYO TORCH’ project to create a new city. Along the river of Nihombashi Bridge is provided a space area for water-lovers, moreover, there are also deck spaces where you want to relax. In fact, a lot of these elements that create a space were prepared in collaboration with local governments nationwide. The charm of various regions is gathered in this place including a ‘pond stocked with koi carp’ prepared in cooperation with natural grass from Ibaraki Prefecture and Ojiya City, Niigata Prefecture.
Furthermore, the photo spot that is used for photo shooting for popular magazines is also a recommended point. There are some eye-catching dynamic objects made of natural wood by a Danish-based playground equipment company. The carp toy is a slide that is coated paint-like work of art at a glance. Pond and land are depicted on the ground and there are water splashes at the point where you slide down from the top. It makes you feel as if you jumped into a pond. Next to it is a bridge object, and beyond that is a yacht playground equipment. Have fun taking pictures in the exciting space collaborating with the illustrations, playgrounds and objects.
|Address||2-6-4 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Prefecture|
|Access||A 1-minute walk from Tokyo Station on the JR, Tokyo Metro or Nihombashi Station on the Tokyo Metro|
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