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Mizumoto Park
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LocationKatsushika, Tokyo and Misato, Saitama, Japan
Area921,539 square metres (227.717 acres)
CreatedApril 1, 1965

Mizumoto Park (水元公園, Mizumoto Kōen) is a park in Katsushika ward, Tokyo, Japan. It is the biggest park within the 23 special wards of Tokyo. It is known for its diverse plants and wild birds, and as an attraction spot during the Hanami season. Locals have said that it is home to a haunted phone booth.[1]

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When Katsushika Shōbu Festival is held, Mizumoto Katsushika Shōbu Meguri Bus are run by Keisei Bus on holidays in June. And, the bus is bound for Horikiri-Shobuen Station via Kanamachi Station and Shibamata Taishakuten. It takes 220 yen to ride on the bus.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 35°47′10.8″N 139°52′9.3″E / 35.786333°N 139.869250°E / 35.786333; 139.869250