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Hibiya Park, Chiyoda

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Escape the busy city streets and head to Hibiya Park, a spacious green getaway in the heart of Tokyo. Established as a public park in 1903, the vast green expanse houses a number of facilities, such as tennis courts, restaurants, and a couple of concert stages that often host live shows and events. Enjoy a relaxing walk among the gingko trees and flowered gardens that change with the seasons, spotting charming statues and other relics from around the world. Plan to visit Hibiya Park during your Tokyo vacation using our convenient Tokyo vacation route planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • Super understated. Most tourists dont go here. Quite a large park with some restaurant options inside. So serene.  more »
  • This park is compact yet has everything in it from a garden, to small restaurants, to peaceful paths and a replica of the U.S. Liberty Bell. There's also a good chance on any random week that it will ...  more »
  • if u r working around yurakucho area, its a perfect place to pass time relaxing sitting on a bench looking at the small lake and the greens surrounding it...  more »
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  • One of the oldest western style garden in Tokyo, also with a Japanese touch. It retains a vintage atmosphere and is really pleasant to discover. Several restaurants can be found, and even a terrace. A classic place for office workers to eat their bento. On weekend, there are often food events held within the park.
  • Old and beautiful park next to the imperial Palace. It has something for everybody. Ponds, huge shades, benches, flowers, children's playgrounds etc. Many people have their bento lunch here. During the warm months there are events and festival held frequently. It has good subway access.
  • Nice park near the imperial palace. Trivia: has a viking style rune stone with rune inscriptions in Swedish (though the Swedish is modern, not the viking age old Norse). Apparently this stone was raised to commemorate Scandinavian Airlines opening the air route from Europe to Japan going over the North Pole (or so the runes said).
  • Great park for a chill afternoon. Really big and has a bunch of tennis courts for recreational use. The open area in the middle of the park generally has some kind of event or festival going on.
  • Beautiful park with a pond and flower beds. Not very big but right next to the Emperor' palace. During weekends there are several events going on and it's quiet during the weekdays.