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Yoyogi Park

Yoyogi Koen (Yoyogi Park) is one of Tokyo's largest city parks, featuring wide lawns, ponds and forested areas. It is a great place for jogging, picnicking and other outdoor activities.

Although Yoyogi Park has relatively few cherry trees compared to other sites in Tokyo, it makes a nice cherry blossom viewing spot in spring. Furthermore, it is known for its ginko tree forest, which...


Hirosaki is what one may call a quaint city. There's a bounty of charm at every turn. In such a quiet place, it may be hard to believe that there is a famous castle that draws millions of tourists every year. Hirosaki Castle Park is a sprawling area full of gardens and cherry blossom trees. Every spring, it transforms into a cherry blossom viewing paradise. Unfortunately, ongoing...

Nara Park

Nara Park was one of the many places I had traveled to during my high school's magnet program trip to Japan. Since I had gone during Thanksgiving break, it was a little chilly, but provided some beautiful views of autumn trees and weather. As the name states, this famous park is located in the city of Nara, and is also known for being the home of hundreds of wild deer. They have gotten very...

Meiji Memorial Forest Mino Quasi-National Park

A 33 feet high waterfall, a family of mountains, and hot springs; these are but a few of Meiji no Mori's mesmerizing characteristics. Year-round Mino park is packed with visitors from neighboring cities, but Fall is the season that captures their attention the most, where the park's true colors are revealed. The park houses an insect museum and is the starting point for the Tokai...

Shinjuku Gyoen

Covering 58 hectares, Shinjuku Gyoen is one of Tokyo's largest parks. It was opened to the public in 1949, after it had served as a garden for the Imperial Family since 1903.

Shinjuku Gyoen features three garden types: an English landscape garden with wide lawns, a traditional Japanese garden with teahouses and a symmetrically arranged, formal French garden. Furthermore, there are some...

Namba Parks

Namba Parks introduces the idea of creating a co-existing space between  nature and technology with its exceptional architectural and landscape design. Namba Parks covers a large area within the metropolitan city as it stretches upward, leaving traces of nature along the way as ponds, ravines, and waterfalls decorate the area. Visitors can also indugle in shopping activities and movie...

Iwatayama Monkey Park 0 - 1,000 JPY
Rinshi No Mori Park

This is a beautiful park just a short walk from Musashi-Koyama station. It is expansive with a wide array of activities and a breathtaking pond and garden area in the middle always lively with ducks. There are good facilities, like bathrooms and 自動販売機 (vending machines) full of hot and cold drinks. Beautiful in every season.

The Blue Pond

The Blue Pond is an artificial pond, which was created when the dam was constructed to protect the region from potential mudflows from Mt. Tokachi. Water blocked by the dam is now creating the Blue Pond. The bright blue color is attributed to the presence of aluminum hydroxide in the water, but it has not been fully explained. The mysterious beauty has been catching people's eyes.

Monkey Park 0 - 1,000 JPY

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