Belmo Belmont Park

Shall we visit Australia - in Adachi ?!

Exhibit HallTelephone BoxBricksBlack SwanOutdoor sculptureWhere Flow Meets FlowBottlebrushSilver WattleMap of Belmont Park

Exhibit Hall

In the western style brick building, industrial products and every day items from Australia are on display giving visitors the opportunity to learn about life in Australia and its culture. On the upper floor, gifts from Belmont and photographs of the Adachi citizens’ exchange tour and the Belmont ciizens’ delegation are on exhibit.

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Telephone Box

Telephone BoxIn the park, there is a telephone box which was once in use in Australia. It was imported directly from Australia.


Bricks The bricks used in part of the pavement and tiled walls around the park were made from local materials in Midland, on the outskirts of Belmont and imported directly for the Park.

Black Swan

Black Swan The black swan is a large waterbird of the Anatidae family which breeds mainly in the southeast and southwest regions of Australia as well as Tasmania. Swan River, which runs from Perth, the capital of Western Australia to the City of Belmont, is home to many of these birds. It is also the state bird of Western Australia.

Outdoor sculpture

Outdoor sculptureWhere Flow Meets Flow'Where Flow Meets Flow', by Australian sculptor Lou Lambert
Submitted in 1992 to Adachi City International Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition.


BottlebrushA tree which flowers in May (in Japan) that is endemic to Australia.
It gets its name from the flowers, which resemble a bottle brush.

Silver Wattle

Silver Wattle An evergreen tree endemic to Australia. Yellow flowers in clusters bloom from February to March (in Japan).

{Belmont Park Information}

Address: 1-33-7 Umejima, Adachi City
Telephone: 03-3852-6650
Access: 5 minute walk from Tobu Railways Umejima Station
Exhibit Hall Opening Hours:
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays (closed December 28 - January 4)
April - September: 10: 00 am - 4: 30 pm
October -March: 10: 00 am - 4: 00 pm

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