The Spot

Despite being located close to Yoyogi Koen, Meiji Shrine Gyoen is in fact part of Meiji Shrine itself and as such is physically separated from Yoyogi Koen by a fence. Meiji Shrine Gyoen may not offer as many sakura trees as Yoyogi Koen, but will however give you a more sophisticated landscape and atmosphere than its neighbouring park with a gorgeous, traditional Japanese garden, a pond and a tea house. Please beware that this place is also not too friendly to tripod-wielding photographers though.

Access Info

Station : Harajuku (JR Line)
Entrance Fees : 500 Yen
Opening hours : 09:00 – 16:30 (March to October), 09:00 to 16:00 (November to February) 08:00 to 17:00 and to 18:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday respectively (in June)

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Meiji Shrine Gyoen (The Sakura Guide)

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