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Shinjuku Park (Shinjuku Gyoen)
Shinjuku Park (Shinjuku Gyoen)

Shinjuku Park (Shinjuku Gyoen)

Tues-Sun 9am-4pm
11 Naito-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 160-0014

The basics

Enter through one of three access gates (Shinjuku to the north, Okido to the east, and Sendagaya to the south), and grab a map to help plan your visit. Explore the three distinct gardens, including Japanese traditional, French formal, and English landscape, with features such as ponds, lawns, bridges, topiaries, and statues. The park includes more than 10,000 trees, such as cherry, plum, and maple trees, and plentiful flowers, such as chrysanthemums, roses, and camellias.

You can visit the park independently, or as part of a half-day or full-day sightseeing tour of Tokyo, which may include other popular attractions such as Imperial Palace, Meiji Shrine, and Tsukiji Fish Market. Opt for a private tour if you want to fully customize your itinerary.

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Things to know before you go

  • The park charges an entry fee to everyone 16 and over.
  • Photography is restricted during the high season, holidays, and weekends.
  • Wear comfortable walking shoes, as there is a lot of ground to cover.
  • On-site facilities include a greenhouse, teahouses, and a restaurant.
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How to get there

The park is located in the Shinjuku neighborhood. It’s about a 10-minute walk from Shinjuku Station (South Exit) and about a 5-minute walk from Shinjuku Gyoen-mae Station (Exit 1). Yoyogi Station and Shinjuku San-chome Station are also located nearby.

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When to get there

The park is open Tuesdays through Sundays, with holiday closures from December 29 to January 3. The park is also open on Mondays during the popular cherry blossom (late March to early April) and chrysanthemum (early November) seasons.

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Popular Parks in Tokyo

There are a number of parks and green spaces in Tokyo that offer an escape from the urban sprawl of the city. Popular options include Yoyogi Park, Imperial Palace East Garden, Shiba Park, Ueno Park, Meiji Jingu Gaien, and the Koishikawa Botanical Garden.

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