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Arisugawanomiya Memorial Park, Minato

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Built on the grounds of a former feudal villa, today Arisugawanomiya Memorial Park serves as an oasis of lush greenery and thick forest in the midst of the city. Wander through the trails, cross over small bridges, and enjoy the delicate landscape of Japanese gardens. On the top of the slope, children can frolic in the playground equipped with swings, slides, climbing walls, and plenty of open field to run around. In the eastern side stands a large public library, while a big pond--home to plenty of ducks, turtles, and sizeable koi--dominates the western part. Put Arisugawanomiya Memorial Park into our Tokyo vacation planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Tokyo.
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  • Arisugawa Park is a jewel. A (relatively) small park in the exclusive Hiro-o Azabu area but full of resources. A pond with plenty of turtles, a few fishermen in this typical Japanese setting to take g...  more »
  • Smack-dab in the trendy, upscale neighborhood of Hiro, Tokyo, this is huge park quite popular with moms and their children. It has a gorgeous pond and is a natural preserve, an oasis in its own right ...  more »
  • This is a lovely park with a scenic lake. The upper level has a medium-sized play area for children. It is often quite crowded with children from youchien or local residents, but everyone is friendly....  more »
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  • Sprawling nature dotted with cozy benches along the walking path. Everyone goes fishing and crabbing inside the fences so I guess it's a privileged, Hiroo park kind of vibe. The abundance of cafes, separated playground area and easy access to the Iki-iki Kids Plaza make this park 5 star worthy.
  • Walking or running around the park almost takes 1km it is always fun to exercise around here. Also there is playground for kids and you can bring football with you to play.
  • Nice little getaway to enjoy in. Just 5 min walking from Hiroo Station and across the read from National Azabu Store. Amazing colors.
  • Despite the relatively small size, the park's designers did a great job of maximizing the space and making it appear as if there is a dense, wild forest in the center of Minato. Stop here if innovative green space interests you or you want to escape the busy streets. Also, don't be surprised to see numerous westerners here as this sits blocks away from most of the European nations' Japanese embassies.
  • Relatively large nature park for Tokyo, and my favorite in Azabu, Minato-ku area. Great for all ages.