Fukagawa Area — Kiba Station
Tokyo Metro Tozai Line "Kiba Station" neighborhood, area of "Toyocho Station" neighborhood (the west). "River-conveyance lumberjack of Kiba" who is traditional arts that developed as yogei of craftsman carrying wood is shown with it is Koto Citizens' Festival center festival held in Kiba Park every year at place that we have timber yard in the Kiba Park whole area until late years from the Edo era, and prospered as town of wood industry in October and attracts many people visiting. Walk in around March when flower which is white all at once at place that is rare in Tokyo where a large number of yulans are planted blooms is recommended to "promenade of the sea breeze" along the tide beach canal flowing through the south side of Toyocho Station.
List of sightseeing theme spots
Fukagawa Gatharia supports the lifestyles of people from the local community through its extensive range of stores and amenities. This is a mall that combines a host of attractions, for shopping, dining, entertainment, and excitement.
Within the spacious park grounds are the Kiba Park Bridge, which is a symbol of the park, the Event Square, Adventure Square, Friendship Square, Urban Greening Botanical Gardens, and more, making this an ideal location for fun and relaxation. Also adding to the lively atmosphere enjoyed by many visitors are the Main Square—venue for the Koto Citizens' Festival in October each year—and at the north end of the park the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo. We can enjoy barbecue at perfect location where the Skytree is seen. There is also a dog run, where visitors can let their dogs play in a natural environment surrounded with greenery.
In the Edo era, Susaki Shrine was known as Susaki Benten Shrine, but in 1868 (the first year of the Meiji era) was renamed Susaki Shrine in accordance with government policy to separate Buddhism and Shintoism. According to the shrine’s history, Benten Shrine was built in 1700 (the 13th year of the Genroku era) by the Buddhist priest Ryuukou of Goji Temple. There he installed an image of the god Benten, which had been brought from Mt. Momiji in the grounds of Edo Castle. In the grounds of the shrine are the Namiyoke stone monument, which warns of the dangers of tsunami and has been designated by the city of Tokyo as a cultural asset, along with a monument to Saochuu, who was a master in the craft of making fishing rods.
Hanei-Inari Shrine was founded in 1757 (the 7th year of the Horeki era), when a share of a deity from Fushimi-Inari Shrine in Kyoto was brought to the secondary residence of Shimomura Hikoemon, founder of the Daimaru chain of department stores. The shrine was moved to the Aoyama residence of Nezuka Ichirou (now the Nezuka Museum) in 1911 (the 44th year of the Meiji era), and enshrined as Yoshie-inari. However, in 1961 (the 36th year of the Showa era), it was dismantled and then rebuilt near its original location.
There are various activities and attractions—including one-off events—at Tokyo Okonomi Studio in Otafuku headquarters, Tokyo, starting with the ‘Okonomiyaki School’, at which visitors can learn the most delicious ways to cook and eat okonomiyaki. In a way that is both enjoyable and tasty, visitors can have a hands-on learning experience. An extensive selection of Otafuku products and merchandise rarely seen elsewhere in the Kanto area is available in the showroom on the first floor! We can purchase.
Tokyo East 21 is facility having shopping mall, hotel, event space, office building. As well as a large-scale supermarket and restaurants with seating for a total of around 1000 diners, there are medical clinics, dental clinics, and dispensaries, a hotel with restaurants, bars, lounges, and function rooms, and much more. Tokyo East 21 really is overflowing with energy. In winter, visitors can enjoy colorful illuminations whose theme changes each year.
■The use time: From 10:00 to 16:00
■Regular holiday: Monday (in the case of holiday weekdays, the following day)
■Reservation: Reservation required
■Prices: No charge for admission
■Parking: Available (the first:, 175, second: 29 usually until car one hour 300 yen afterward every 30 minutes until 100 yen, bus two hours 2,000 yen afterward every 30 minutes 500 yen)