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Shinjuku Gyoen新宿御苑


This garden, straddling Shinjuku and Shibuya wards has 58.3 hectares in size and a circumference of 3.5 kilometers. It was created as the Imperial garden in 1906 on the site of the residence that belonged to the Naito family, the feudal lord of Takato in Shinshu region and opened to the public after World WarⅡ. Famous as a modern western-style garden, it blends French Formal Garden, English Landscape Garden, and Japanese Traditional Garden and visitors can enjoy beautiful scenery with about 10,000 trees each season. The garden was selected as one of the top 100 spots in Japan to see cherry blossoms, and from early February to late April, visitors enjoy about 65 varieties of cherry blossom of over 1,100 cherry trees.


Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Naitoumachi 11 (Shinjuku / YoyogiArea)

phone 0333500151

[3/15-9/30]9:00-17:30(18:00Closed) *7/1-8/Excluding 20

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Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Naitoumachi 11 [ map ]
Shinjuku / YoyogiArea
[3/15-9/30]9:00-17:30(18:00Closed) *7/1-8/Excluding 20
Mondays (Open the next working day if falls on a public holiday), New Year's Holiday (12/29-1/3)
*3/25-4/24 and 11/1-11/15 will be open on Monday. I will do it.
[Admission fee]
General 500yen (Group discount 400yen for groups of 30 or more *Pre-registration not required)
Over 65 250yen (Certificate of age confirmation required at the counter)
Students (High School Students and above) 250yen (Presentation of student ID at the counter Is necessary)
Parking Lot
[Large Bus]5spaces
*Up to 2 hours 600yen, every 30 minutes thereafter 200yen Up to 2000yen, every 30 minutes thereafter 500yen
Credit Card
Not available
Temporary closure:Closed from March 27, 2020 (information as of April 2, 2020)
* Information may be changed, so be sure to check the official information.

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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