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Yoyogi Park, Tokyo

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Enjoy strolling and relaxing surrounded by trees at Yoyogi Park, one of the capital's largest green spaces. A big patch of vegetation surrounded by urban sprawl, the park boasts many fountains, ponds, and well-manicured lawns. You'll find that the park features fewer cherry trees than you might expect, instead including a huge swathe of gingko trees. Afterwards, you can kick back on a park bench or on the grass and amuse yourself with the many street performers and musicians that frequent the area. To visit Yoyogi Park and get the most from your holiday in Tokyo, create itinerary details personal to you using our Tokyo tour app.
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  • A very pleasant place to visit away from city hussles.This park is really a bliss in winter season for me. 
    A very pleasant place to visit away from city hussles.This park is really a bliss in winter season for me.  more »
  • had visited the wonderful menji jingu temple and discovered this park. filled with people having picnics, and dancing, families and dogs, something for everyone. wonderful spot, wide lawns and ponds.....  more
    had visited the wonderful menji jingu temple and discovered this park. filled with people having picnics, and dancing, families and dogs, something for everyone. wonderful spot, wide lawns and ponds.....  more »
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  • Yoyogi Park Through my visits to Japan Yoyogi Park has always been from day one, one of my favorite spots to stop at. I've been here through all the seasons and love it. My brother and I walked around the park one night with our cousin, it took us a couple of hours as we strolled through the neighborhoods but it was worth it. It's also one of the first places I was able to build a full sized snowman. In 2018 Tokyo had about 3 feet of snow dump on it over the course of 3 days. The park was covered in a deep layer of snow and it was an experience I will never forget. Another memory here is when my brother and I stumbled upon a all you can eat and drink Sake and Crab festival. One of the best days of my life. It is always full of life and a great place in the heart of Tokyo to get away from the concrete and take in some nature.
  • Large, open park in the center of Tokyo. Great for walking, running, picnicking with friends, and just hanging out on a nice day. You’ll see people playing games and music, as well as have lots of space to relax and enjoy nature in the middle of the city. For runners, there is a nice set of loop paths inside of the park, but it can be difficult on the weekend and holidays due to the number of people walking on paths. Mornings and evenings are usually best for a run. For dog lovers, don’t miss the multi-area dog park in the back.

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