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The park protects the city.

"IKE・SUNPARK is the largest park in Toshima City with anti-disaster measures.
In the event of a major disaster such as an earthquake directly under
the Tokyo metropolitan area,
IKE・SUNPARK will function as a base for disaster management in Toshima City.
In normal times, we hold drills for the operation of supply collection points and ""Toshima DOKI DOKI Disaster Prevention Festival,"" among other activities. This park is a place for activities to enhance resilience in this area."
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In normal times

Usage guide

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Anti-disaster measures

In emergency situations

IKE-SUNPARK has three main functions in the event of a disaster. The functions will change as time goes by.

Function as a temporary evacuation site Function as a temporary evacuation site ・In the event of an emergency, the park will function as an evacuation site adjacent to a dense residential area.
・White oak trees are planted to prevent the spread of fire (fire prevention forest), and in the event of an earthquake or fire, it functions as a temporary evacuation site that can accommodate 2,500 evacuees of the local residents.
Function as a heliport Function as a heliport As the largest park in the city, it has a heliport function. When the road is blocked, helicopters can be used for transporting all kinds of supplies and the injured and sick.
Function as a collection point
for relief supplies
Function as a collection point
for relief supplies
In the event of a disaster, relief supplies sent by the national government, local governments, and other organizations from all over the country are collected at the park. Then, the supplies are transported to various rescue centers (evacuation centers) in the city.

Other facilities

Water supply facilities

Emergency water supply facilities (water for drinking)
They provide water for drinking.
Deep wells (water for firefighting and general use)
The water is pumped up from 200 meters below ground and used for firefighting and other purposes.
Disaster prevention well (water for general use)
In the event of a disaster, the water pumped up from the well is used to extinguish fires and flush the toilets in the administration building. The water pumped up by the pump is designed to fill the pond.
Earthquake-resistant water storage tank (water for general use)
Forty tons of water are stored for use in case of a disaster and are used to flush the emergency toilets.

Power supply facilities

Power supply facilities for events
In the event of a power outage during a disaster, an emergency generator will be used to power anti-disaster operations. In normal times, this system is used to power events, etc.
Solar power source
It can be used to charge mobile phones and other devices during a disaster.

Other facilities and equipment

Toilet in the administration building
In case of water outage during a disaster, water from the disaster prevention well (3) can be used for flushing.
Emergency toilets
In the event of a disaster, these toilets can be used regardless of whether the water supply is cut off in the park. In normal times, they are used as temporary toilets in case of large scale events.
Storage room
We have a stockpile of supplies necessary for disaster relief activities. ※We do not keep relief and first aid supplies for temporary evacuees. Please pick them up at the nearest relief center.
Emergency power generator
In the event of power outage, the power used in the park will be covered by the generator.
Disaster prevention radio (broadcast system)
This system provides information on disasters from Toshima City.
Disaster prevention camera
In case of a disaster, the camera is used to quickly assess and manage the situation in the park from the Toshima City Office.
Kamado (furnace) bench
Normally used as a bench, but it can be used as a cooking stove by removing the seat plate in case of a disaster.
Emergency public telephone
In the event of a disaster, an emergency public telephone will be installed for anyone to use.
In normal times, these are stored in the storage room.
Balloon floodlights
They are placed on the lawn during night-time disaster operations. In normal times, they are stored in the storage room.







In spring, you are welcomed by softly colored flowers and new green leaves. From the end of March to the beginning of April, Somei-yoshino cherry blossoms bloom all over the park. Other than cherry blossoms, you can enjoy the flowers of yulan magnolia, crabapple, thunberg spirea, and dodan-tsutsuji in spring.


In summer, the park is filled with brightly green leaves that shine in the sunlight. From June to July, you can expect the flowers of hydrangea, cape jasmine, and Japanese dogwood. There are also fruit bearing trees such as biwa and red bayberries.


The golden colored leaves are the sign that fall has come. From October to December, the trees of Japanese maple, katsura, dodan-tsutsuji, zelkova, and ginkgo change the colors of their leaves beautifully. You can also see the shiny fruits of pomegranate, chestnut, crabapple, and Japanese beautyberry.


In winter when the animals hold their breath, you can still find some beautiful flowers in the park. There are flowers of mahonia and rosemary from December to the end of January. In February, wintersweet and witch hazel flowers are seen in the park. It’s also interesting to observe the shape and bark of trees without leaves, which are hard to see when the trees have a lot of leaves in other seasons.