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Kinuta Park, Setagaya

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#33 of 254 in Parks in Tokyo
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Kinuta Park affords visitors an oasis of trees and greenery in the heart of the city sprawl. At 39 ha (96 ac), its vast size provides you with a huge amount of space to find a quiet spot to relax and enjoy a picnic. You can also make the most of the park's decent array of facilities, play a game on the baseball and soccer fields, or take on the park's 1.6 km (1 mi) cycle track, which outside the hours 9 am to 4 pm becomes a walking trail. Look out for the art museum also found on site, and if you visit in spring, make the most of the park's great opportunities for blossom viewing. To visit Kinuta Park on your trip to Tokyo, use our Tokyo vacation generator.
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  • It's really good place to take a walk with my dog‼️ I love it. I strongly recommend you to come here in the early morning, because air is really fresh and relaxing.  more »
  • This place was used to be short course golf course. Now nice place for family people as area is fairly vast and not crowded.  more »
  • The largest park area in Tokyo, slightly off the tourist trail but well worth taking a taxi or the tube to visit, has Setagay museum at the north end which is the art museum and well worth spending so...  more »
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  • Now this a good park. Lots of space for playing including grass areas. One area of the park reminds me a little of Hampstead Heath (in London) as there are lots of wooded areas and the ground undulates a lot. Area of park where ball games are allowed is slightly too controlled (speakers telling people not to play games that disturb other people and other such stuff every 10 minutes or so) but this is bearable. Also there is a little hut selling drinks, ice creams and (not very nice) hot food.
  • The park is very well organized. It offers a large green space that provides a break from the city.
  • Surprising park with huge areas of cherry blossom on my last of the 9-day Sakura blossom hunting trip to Japan. So glad to finally enjoy 2017's season before departure. Whew! 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗
  • Good place to relax and have practices os forest management :)
  • Great plays for walks, nice in any year time. Good for families with kids. A lot of oportunities to rest, where to seat here. Now at spring will be full of sakura trees, very old one and a lit of trees there. Very space area. Nearest museum us quite unique.