Frequently asked questions

On the usage of the park

We would like to barbeque, but where can we do this?

The goby fish fishing area in Nagisa orest is becoming a barbeque area.

Do we need to make reservations to use the areas designated for barbeques?

You do not need to make reservations for the barbeque areas, nor is there a fee. The barbeque-designated areas are just areas of lawn, and are not equipped with barbeque facilities such as stoves and washing facilities.
All equipment, ingredients, water, and materials, brought in by users, must be taken back by the users, as with the washing up and waste disposal. The individual barbeque areas are not partitioned off with rope, so please share the area appropirately with other park users and enjoy the facilities while observing the manners. It should be noted that open fires and placing park facility equipment directly into open fire is prohibited.
Please ensure that you use equipment that does not leave ash and remaining pieces of coal (e.g. gas, liquid burners, or cassette bomb gas stoves)
Usage of the park extends to all days of the year (save the parks that are closed for the New Years), but the time is from sunrise to sunset. Spending the night in the park is prohibited.
Usage of the park extends to all days of the year (save the parks that are closed for the New Years), but the time is from sunrise to sunset. Spending the night in the park is prohibited.

We would like to play by the shore of Nagisa forest, but what is there to enjoy?

In the springtime you can experience natural shellfish gathering; in the summertime you can try goby fishing, and experience the seaside. However, it should be noted that chumming and throw fishing is strictly prohibited for environmental protection and safety.

I would like to come use the park for an excursion, but would an application be necessary?

An application is required. Please contact the Park management offices for any group uses of the grounds. The in-park facilities are also available for such uses, if necessary. In addition, depending on the seasons, there are large tour buses available for use. Please

In the forest of Nagisa I heard it is bird watching, but ….

Yes. You can see the birds of both the “forest of Nagisa” in freshwater and tidal flats. And “freshwater pond observation path” in observation wall facing the freshwater pond is installed, you can enjoy flying, such as kingfisher and spot-billed duck.
Also, in the ‘flat tidal conservation area’ along the Keihin canal, you can witness cormorants, little egrets, and herons, perching nearby to rest their wings. In the ‘Nagisa forest management offices’, we offer information on nature observations and telescopes for loan, and so we invite you to please enjoy the nature of Tokyo.

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