Pay your entrance fees here. At the reception desk, request the latest
updates about the park, location of vending machines, the mothers' nursing
room and washrooms.
Free Wi-Fi is available at around the Management Office
The center overlooks the tidal pond. Rangers from the Wild Bird Society
of Japan can answer questions and provide environmental interpretation.
The building is comfortably air-conditioned, and facilities include an
observation room, exhibition rooms, audio-visual room, eating areas, and
a library corner. There are also drink vending machines and wheelchair
These are special buildings that allow you to quietly watch, photograph/videotape and scope the birds at your leisure. There are benches and spotting scopes provided for free (except during bad weather).
This large viewing area is good for birdwatching at the east freshwater pond all year around. Visitors can watch waterfowl and grassland species here. Spotting scopes are provided (except during bad weather).
A meeting place for nature walks in the ecological gardens, this center
is also open during special events for natural craft classes and other
events and meetings
|Telescope/Spotting scope||Use of scopes is free in various areas of the park - Nature Center, observation blinds, and the east observation blind
|Binoculars||On loan for free from the Nature Center and the Reception Desk. About 50
binoculars are available.
|Field Guides and Identification Books||For free use within the Nature Center only, field guides to birds, insects, and plants are available.|
|Other Materials||In the Nature Center you can find various other printed resources such as the Wild Bird Society of Japan magazine, branch reports from across Japan, photo collections, and other books on ecology, birds and wildlife.|
|Vending machines for drinks||Drink Vending Machines Drink vending machines are located at the Nature Center and outside the Reception Desk.|
|Wash Rooms||Washrooms are available at the Nature Center, the Management Office, and the Ecology Education Center. Wheelchair accessible restrooms are found only at the first two.|
|Smoking is allowed only in two designated areas||the Nature Center entrance and the Park entrance.
3-1 Tokai Ota-ku, Tokyo-to, Japan
E-mail: yachokouen at wbsj.org
The Tokyo Port Wild Bird Park is one of the “Marine Parks” which are under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Port and Harbor, with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
The Park is managed by two organizations working in partnership – the Tokyo Port Terminal Corporation and the Wild Bird Society of Japan and manage the park as the designated administrator with the cooperation of the NPO Tokyo Port Green Volunteers and the Tokyo Port Wild Bird Park Volunteer Guides.