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Kitanomaru Park北の丸公園

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Kitanomaru Park is a public park located just to the north of the Imperial Palace in Tokyo; it was repurposed as a forest park in the 1960s. The name “Kitanomaru” derives from the fact that this area was originally the Kita-no-maru (North Bailey) of Edo Castle during the Edo period. Besides its beautiful lawns, ponds and trees, the Park also features two gates that were formerly part of Edo Castle—the Tayasu-mon Gate and the Shimizu-mon Gate—so that the Park gives a rough impression of what Edo Castle looked like in its heyday. Kitanomaru Park is renowned for its spectacular cherry blossoms in spring and its beautiful autumnal foliage in autumn.


Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kitanomarukouen 1-1

phone 0332117878

Always open (22:00 unlit)

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Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kitanomarukouen 1-1 [map]



Always open (22:00 unlit)
open everyday
※ It may be closed by national events etc
Free admission
Parking Lot
Available (246 spaces within 6 spaces for disabled people)
※ parking fee Friday separately, inquiry is 03-3212-2321

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