Shinjuku Gyoen is one of the largest and most popular public gardens in Tokyo. The park is just a short walk from the well-known Shinjuku district and is particularly famous for its seasonal cherry blossoms.
Shinjuku Gyoen was created during the Edo period (1603-1867) as the residence of a feudal lord in Tokyo and was later converted into a botanical garden. In 1903 the area was transferred to the imperial family, who used it for recreation. The park was almost completely destroyed in World War II but was eventually rebuilt and reopened as a public park in 1949.
There is a Japanese garden as well as French and English gardens and a greenhouse. There are also several spacious green areas where you can go for a walk and enjoy the cherry blossom or autumn leaves.
A 5-minute walk from Shinjuku-gyoen Mae Station on the Marunouchi Line or Sendagaya Station on the JR Chuo-Sobu Line.
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