Kinuta Koen (The Sakura Guide)

The Spot

Also located in Setagaya, and not too far from Shibuya, Kinuta Koen is a massive 390,000m2 park featuring many plum and sakura trees that will give you the chance to enjoy Japanese hanami from March to April! Unlike many other large parks in Tokyo, Kinuta Koen is a lesser known sakura spot and by far one of the quietest ones! With more than 240,000m2 of grass, a river, a bird sanctuary, the Setagaya Art Museum, a small soccer field, two baseball fields and even a French restaurant, Kinuta Koen has everything you could expect for when looking for a good, relaxing time!

Access Info

Station : Yoga (Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line)
Entrance Fees : Free
Opening hours : 24H.

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Kinuta Koen (The Sakura Guide)

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