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A predecessor of Shiokaze Park was Landfill No. 13 park, created on one plot of Landfill No. 13 based on the Tokyo Bay First Revision Plan. Later, when this area and the surrounding area were being converted into Tokyo Waterfront Secondary City Center, from 1992 to 1996, full-scale improvement work transformed it into Shiokaze Park.The largest park in Tokyo Waterfront Secondary City Center, it has facilities suited to the seashore and a park and is located adjacent to Odaiba Kaihin Park. And from the park, you can gaze upon the beautiful scenery of Tokyo Bay with the Rainbow Bridge in the background.It is expected to take on the function of the central park of the developing Tokyo Waterfront Secondary City Center.

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Higashi-Yashio 1-2, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo

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Daiba St. (Yurikamome Line) - 5min

Fune no Kagakukan St. (Yurikamome Line)

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 http://www.tptc.co.jp/en/c_park/01_03

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Mini Kadomatsu Pine Decoration Workshop<Venue: Metropolitan Shiokaze Park> New
開催期間:2017-12-24(Sun)

Event Details:

A New Year’s pine decoration is often placed by the gates of people’s houses. How about making your own mini version, from pine and bamboo, to celebrate the New Year?

Park staff will kindly instruct you in how to make the traditional Japanese decorations, including how to make the “ume -musubi”.

We will provide all the necessary tools and materials.

We look forward to your visit.

Date: Sunday December 24th 2017

Time: 09:30–12:30

Fee: ¥3,000 per decoration (materials included)

Capacity: 12 groups (Up to 4 people per group)

Elementary school children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Sponsored by: Tokyo Waterfront District Group

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