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Hibiya Park (日比谷公園)

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Park / Green Space

A metropolitan park opened in 1903 as Japan’s first modern Western-style park. The park’s spacious grounds are filled with a variety of trees and flowers and is a popular and well-known place to enjoy flowers. Events are held in the park year-round such as gardening shows and a Christmas market.

place

Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Hibiyakouen 1-6 (Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea)

phone 0335016428
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Admission freedom

Review of Hibiya Park

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2020/02/29 Disappointed
Came here by train and was hoping to see cherry blossoms. Looks like we were too early and not much cherry blossoms. Near Imperial Palace.
Reviewed:2020/02/22 Japanese interpretation of a western-style garden
This is not at all like most Japanese gardens, as it was originally based on (and continues to be based on) western ideas of parks. It includes a French-style formal garden, some landscaping in the...
Reviewed:2020/01/09 Surprising
After passing Hibiya Park for many times, this time was my first time I actually entered the park aiming to visit the X-mas market. Well it appeared not to be there anymore, so I just checked out the...

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Address
Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Hibiyakouen 1-6 [map]
Area
Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea
Phone
0335016428
Hours
Admission freedom
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available
*Charge, Contact:Sunday Hibiya Parking Lot (03-3591-1461)
Credit Card
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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