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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

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“One of the historical and important gardens!”

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden was constructed in 1906 as an imperial garden. The size is 58.3 hectare and is one of the most important gardens from the Meiji period (1868~1912). It consists of three types of garden, a Formal Garden, a Landscape Garden, and a traditional Japanese Garden. It is a popular spot for cherry blossoms and autumn foliage as well! You can enjoy Matcha green tea with a beautiful view here!



11 Naitomachi, Shinjuku City, Tokyo
(10 minutes walk from “Shinjuku Sta.” North Exit)
(5 minutes walk from “Shinjukugyoenmae Sta.”)
(5 minutes walk from “Shinjuku-3chome Sta.”)


Mondays (If Monday is a national holiday, closed on the next weekday)
Year-end & New-year days (Dec.29 to Jan.3)

Opening hours

Oct.1 to Mar.14:9:00〜16:00
Mar.15 to Jun.30・Aug.21 to Sep.30:9:00〜17:30
Jul.1 to Aug.20:9:00〜18:30

Admission Fee

Adults:JPY 500
Seniors(Over 65 years old):JPY 250
Students:JPY 250
※Children(Junior high school students/15 and under) are for free