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Nakayama is in between Narita And Haneda International Airport

中山・下総・散歩道

Bird Watching Spots in A Walk on Nakayama Shimousa

a bird in cherry blossomswaterfowls in Kozato Koen Park
waterfowls in Junsaiike Pond Parka white heron on the bank
In the area having called 'Katsushika' where this web site 'A Walk on Nakayama Shimousa' introduces green zones and waters have existed even now. There are some parks reserve its abundant nature and restore the old views ever before, and many wild birds and waterfowls would visit and the parks are good spots for birdwatching.
Gyotoku Yacho no Rakuen (the wild birds' paradise in Niihama) is one of the closest birdwatching spots from Tokyo Station opens next to the Shinhama Imperial Wild Duck Preserve where several hundreds of waterfowls and wild birds fly to. This green zone is a popular spot for viewing Kawazu Zakura in early March. Oomachi Nature Observation Garden opens in a valley called Nagatayatsu and the park has a rose garden and a maple mountain. Kozato Koen Park opens around a retention basin and many waterfowls and swans visit it and it is also a popular spot for viewing sakura. Junsaiike Pond Park that many waterfowls fly to is one of the most popular spots for viewing ume blossoms in spring and colored leaves in fall. And Satomi Koen Park where some bird watchers come to is one the most popular spots for viewing sakura, rose and colored leaves, and it has remains of Konodaijo Castle built by Dokan Ota.
Visitors could enjoy not only watching wild birds but also seeing beautiful flowers simultaneously in each spot that is very close to Tokyo Station. Why don't you visit these parks?

The Birdwatching Spots in A Walk on Nakayama Shimousa


Kozato Koen Park

Kozato Koen Park

Waterfowls and swans visit this retention basin in the residential areas.