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Shinjuku Gyoen

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Completed in 1906 as an imperial garden, Shinjuku Gyoen was opened to the public in 1949. Inside the 58.3-hectare grounds, there is a Japanese garden,a formal garden, and a landscape garden, all skillfully designed.
Famous for cherry blossoms in the spring and red foliage in the fall, Shinjuku Gyoen is a place for rest and relaxation, an oasis in the city.

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More Information about Shinjuku Gyoen

Street address

11 Naito-machi, Shinjuku-ku
160-0014

Access

Route1

  • Approximately 5 minutes' walk from Exit 1 of Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Shinjuku-gyoemmae Station
    Approximately 5 minutes' walk from JR Sobu Line Sendagaya Station

Route2

  • Next to the Shinjuku-Gyoen bus stop (Shinjuku We Bus)

Opening Hours

9:00-16:00
(Gardens close at 16:30)

Closed

Every Monday (or the next working day if Monday is a national holiday), the New Year's holiday (29 December to 3 January)

Website

http://www.env.go.jp/garden/shinjukugyoen/english/index.html

Best season

All year

Point

Bringing or drinking alcoholic beverages, and using play equipment is prohibited

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