Ojima Ryokudo Park/Kameido Ryokudo Park

Around Town


You might not even guess at first sight, but this tree-lined thoroughfare reaching from Ojima all the way north to Kameido Station was built where tracks once carried Toden streetcars ferrying commuters from the eastern suburbs towards the city centre. The almost complete dismantling of the tram network in the 1970s was a disappointment for many residents, who successfully lobbied to preserve the memory of the routes. When visiting, remember to look for the fun train-related decorations found scattered along the path, and take some time to check out the playgrounds and sports fields under the Metropolitan Expressway’s Komatsugawa route.



Ojima 3, Koto-ku to Kameido 6, Koto-ku, Tokyo

Transport Kameido Station (Sobu, Tobu Kameido lines); Ojima Station (Shinjuku line)


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

Restaurants & Cafés near Ojima Ryokudo Park/Kameido Ryokudo Park

Chokotaki Home

This kid-friendly café, found on the second floor of a Kameido mall that’s seen its best days, ...

Karaage no Jo

Karaage no Jo, can be found along Meiji-dori, close to exit A3 of Nishi-ojima Station – look ...

Kameido Horumon

Take a few quick steps north from Kameido Station on any given evening and you’ll notice a ...

Hasegawa Saketen Kameido

They now operate stores all over Tokyo, but this is where high-flying liquor dealers Hasegawa ...

Kameido Gyoza

Need a quick snack in Kameido? Enter through the sliding doors and you’ll barely have time to ...

Rinsuzu Shokudo

Mixing standard Japanese soba with chuka soba, the kind of ramen that's also confusingly ...


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