The Ogunohara Park is located in the Arakawa Ward of Tokyo, Japan. The park currently features the half finished establishment of an industrial site abandoned in 1993. Aside from the ruins of the precious buildings the park inhibits many newly planted cherry blossom trees. These have been laid out to make the park more inviting.
Prior to being the Ogunohara Park, this area was a functioning industrial plant that was working to rebuild. In the early 1990’s the zone was officially re-zoned forcing the plant to move to another area. At this time the half finished building became the property of Tokyo, Japan and was tied into the parks historical design.
In 1990 to 1992 the park underwent major changes as they converted the area into a relaxing park. In 1993 the park finally opened its gates to the public and has since continued modifications to meet the needs of families and tourists in the area.
Ogunohara Park Service Center (3819-8838)