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Shinjuku Chuo Park (新宿中央公園)


Park / Green Space

A city planning park located in 2-Chome Nishishinjuku which is the largest park established by Shinjuku Ward. Surrounded by towering high-rises, including the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, the lush park is known to many as an oasis in the middle of the big city. Seasonal flowers and small creatures can be seen on the grounds, and the park is the perfect place to go nature watching or take a leisurely walk. Events such as flea markets are held in the park on weekends and holidays, and many parents come with their children to enjoy a water play pool open each year from mid-July to early September.


Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishi-shinjuku 2-11 (Shinjuku / YoyogiArea)

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Review of Shinjuku Chuo Park

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2021/06/13 A place to throw away 500 yen to look at grass
I went expecting to see flowers. I saw manicured grass and stagnate pools of water for mosquitos while walking through a mostly empty and unadorned wood. If you never saw a park before, have...
Reviewed:2020/01/11 Good Park
Good park in Shinjuku. I was here in winter and the tree branches had no leaves. It was haunting looking through them at the skyscrapers. Well worth a visit if you want to escape the hustle and...
Reviewed:2019/12/19 Sights and feel
The park is large and the garden is very well done. You Feel peaceful even with people around. Gardens is very well signed for direction, snacks and drinks available

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Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishi-shinjuku 2-11 [map]
Shinjuku / YoyogiArea
open everyday
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