Sandwiched between the Imperial Palace and the very business-oriented Shinbashi district, this huge (161,632m2) and aesthetically pleasing park was first designed as a military drilling ground during the early part of the Meiji Period. It was later transformed into a westernized urban-style park that became accessible to the public in 1903. The park offers a few sakura trees that are worth checking on your way to the Imperial Palace and the Chidorigafuchi Moats.
Station : Hibiya (Hibiya Line)
Entrance Fees : Free
Opening hours : 24H.
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