A Walk On The Landmarks Near and In Mizumoto Park
Mizumoto Park is on the border between Tokyo
and Saitama prefecture
, so it is on the northern part of Katsushikaku
and the south of Misato City. It is also lying on between Edogawa River
and Nakagawa (Obagawa) River. The park is very wide, it has a large central
pond and many small ponds for irises, lotuses and so forth, and it has
woods covered with metasequoias and for the birds' sanctuary. There is
a road running along the south of the park called Mizumoto Sakura Tsutsumi
(the road along the bank planted many cherry trees in Mizumoto) has several
hundreds of cherry trees, there is a bell tower called Matsura no Kane
standing on the Sakura Tsutsumi. On the south of the park, Nanzenin Temple
famous for Shibarare Jizo (a statue of stone Jizo tied with many straw
ropes) stands. And Kasai Jinja Shrine that dedicates Ieyasu Tokugawa
is along Edogawa River near Mizumoto Park. Mizumoto Park is enough large
to enjoy observing nature and walking in it, and the landmarks near the
park has their own cultural assets. On this page, some landmarks in and
near Mizumoto Park are introduced. Why don't you visit them?
The Noted Spots near and in Mizumoto Park
It stads on a pedestrian road along Mizumoto Park.
Narihirasan Tosenin Nanzoji Temple
It has about 900 years history and dedicates Ieyasu Tokugawa.
The short summary of Edogawa River.