All Gardens and Parks

Everywhere Gardens & Parks

Everywhere Gardens and Parks including the main gardens and parks in Everywhere , but doesn’t include gardens within temples and shrines. Parks are generally large and may contain gardens within, often Japanese gardens, but not always.

  • Fuji Memorial Park

    Fuji Memorial Park, in Oyama Shizuoka Prefecture, is famous for its cherry blossom being considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Fuji Memorial Park features around 8,000 cherry blossom trees, which blossom later because of their higher altitude and cooler climate. Generally they blossom in early April through Read more [...]

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    Yoyogi Park

    Yoyogi Park is one of the largest parks in Tokyo and given its central location this is amazing. The green space of Yogogi Park joins together with the forest that surrounds Meiji Shrine to create a very large green space in a city where space is a real premium. The Read more [...]

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    Inokashira Park

    Inogashira Park across Musashino and Mitaka in western Tokyo is a public park given to the people by the emperor in 1913 as the Inokashira Imperial Gift Park. Inogashira Park features a large lake and beautiful cherry blossom, in late March and early April, and is considered one of Japan’s Read more [...]

  • Aoyama Cemetery

    Aoyama Cemetery, in Minato Tokyo, was Japan’s first public cemetery. Today Aoyama Cemetery is a popular location for viewing cherry blossom in early April.

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    Hamarikyu Gardens

    Hamarikyu Gardens is a landscaped garden around the central Shioiri Pond and is a designated Special Place of Scenic Beauty. Hamarikyu Gardens features cherry blossom in spring time and Autumn leaves in mid November. Other features include a peony garden, plum tree grove and seasonal cosmos flowers. Hamarikyu Gardens, which Read more [...]

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    Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

    Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a large park and one of the most beautiful in Tokyo featuring Japanese, French and English styles. With 1,500 cherry trees, Shinjuku Gyoen is a very popular location for viewing cherry blossom. Shinjuku Gyoen covers an area of 58 hectares, has a more than 20,000 trees and Read more [...]

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    Ueno Park

    Ueno Park is home to most of the attractions in the Ueno District, including the Ueno Zoo and many museums including Tokyo National Museum, National Museum of Nature and Science, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and Tokyo Metropolitan Festival Hall. In cherry blossom season, Ueno Park is Read more [...]

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    Koishikawa Korakuen Garden

    Koishikawa Korakuen Garden is a beautiful historic traditional Japanese garden in the Kaiyu-shiki-teien or promenade style with a pond and a pair of hills which represent Mount Lu in China. Koishikawa Korakuen Garden is one of only seven sites in Japan that is designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty and Special Read more [...]

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    Tenjo-Yama Park

    Tenjo-Yama Park on Mt Kachi Kachi in Kawaguchiko features an observatory that provides views of Mt Fuji, Fujiyoshida, Fuji-Q Highland and the Aokigahara forest. The name ‘Mt Kachi Kachi’ comes from a Japanese folktale which is a story about a rabbit and a Tanuki (Japanese raccoon). Tenjo-Yama Park is accessed Read more [...]