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Kasai Seaside Park is a park located in Edogawa, Tōkyō. It is also known as Kasai Rinkai Park.
Kasai Seaside Park (葛西臨海公園 Kasai rinkaikōen) is a park located in Edogawa, Tōkyō. It is also known as Kasai Rinkai Park. The park includes a bird sanctuary, the Tokyo Sea Life Park aquarium, and the tallest Ferris wheel in Japan, the Diamond and Flower Ferris Wheel (ダイヤと花の大観覧車 Daiya to hana no daikanransha). The park was built on reclaimed land, including two artificial islands, an observation deck and a hotel. It is the second-largest park in the 23 wards of Tokyo (after Mizumoto Park).

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Address: 6-2 Rinkaicho, Edogawa, Tōkyō 134-0086 Japan | 〒134-0086 東京都江戸川区臨海町6丁目2
Phone: 03-569-61-331
Access: by train: a one-minute walk from Nishi-Kasai Station (T16) or Kasai Station (T17) on the Tōkyō Metro Tōzai Line; by bus: approximately 20 minutes by metropolitan bus for Kasai Rinkai Koen; by car via Shutō Expressway Wangan Route, get off at Kasai Interchange (the parking lot is very crowded during the holidays).

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