The Higashi Avase Park is located in the Adachi Ward of Tokyo, Japan. The 2km area includes hundreds of flowers, trees, and special plants native the area. Many tourists visit Higashi Ayase Park to learn more about the special species growing in the perfect climate.
During the 1800’s the park area served as a large rice field and crop development. It wasn’t until the early 1900’s that rice became less prudent in the city and the park was planned. After creating the park, it quickly grew to become one of the most popular in the area.
The Higashi Ayase Park is accessible through the JR Jyoban Line and Tokyo-metro Chiyoda Line. After reaching the Adachi Station it is approximately 1 minute when walking to the park. Public parking is not prohibited in the area.
3-4-1 Higashi-Ayase Adachi, Tokyo