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Asukayama Park

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4.2 (6740)

1-chōme-1-3 Ōji, Kita City, Tokyo 114-0002, Japan

This large park with whimsical playscapes for children is a popular place to view cherry blossoms.

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Villagemayor 7 months ago

An amazing park especially during the sakura season. Conveniently located next to multiple rail and tram lines. There are also a few museums and cafes.

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Ponhatejha Snameas 7 months ago

It's a place for a relaxing time by yourself, you can also have a picnic with your friends here as well. 3 restroom for your convenience, overall good place to be when you need a break. Great place to bring your kids as there is actually ba big playground for them. A small Cafe if you need them, with Great view your enjoyment can be double.

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Manish Prabhune 8 months ago

Welcome to Asukayama Park, an oasis of natural wonder nestled in the heart of Tokyo, Japan. While renowned for its captivating cherry blossoms, this park holds an additional secret in store for nature enthusiasts: a mesmerizing display of hydrangea blossoms. Set against the backdrop of passing trains, Asukayama Park offers a unique blend of botanical beauty and urban bience Captivating Hydrangea Blossoms: Asukayama Park takes on a magical aura during the rainy season, typically in June, when vibrant clusters of hydrangea flowers come into full bloom. The park becomes a tapestry of hues as shades of blue, pink, and purple intertwine, creating a breathtaking sight for visitors. Stroll along the winding paths, and you’ll be immersed in a sea of delicate petals, each blossom exuding its own unique charm. A Symphony of Nature and Trains: What sets Asukayama Park apart from others is its harmonious coexistence with the modern world. As you wander through the park’s tranquil surroundings, you’ll witness the graceful dance of trains passing by. Adjacent to the Oji Station of the JR Keihin-Tohoku Line, the park offers a front-row seat to observe the trains gliding through the urban landscape. The juxtaposition of nature’s serenity and the rhythmic movement of trains creates a captivating experience that is truly one-of-a-kind.

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Amazing Thailand&Japan Monarch 8 months ago

"The perfect park for kids who love trains and history." If there was a park where you could touch an actual steam locomotive and a tram, would you want to go? This is exactly the place. The park is located close to the underground and JR lines and is accessible by a free cable car. The park is on a small hill, but is easily accessible with a pram. There are well-maintained toilets, a shop and museum nearby, and a whole range of playground equipment for young children and adults. In the centre of the park is a landmark with playground equipment that looks like a castle on a mountain. Trains that used to be active in the past are arranged around it. This is a recommended hole-in-the-wall park. Parking:Yes ¥150/30min 8:30am-4:30pm

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Javin Yam 11 months ago

Asukayama Park is a large park located in Tokyo's Kita ward that is famous as a sakura viewing spot. It is a great place to visit during late March when the park is full of Sakura and other flowers. There are also plenty of grassy areas for families to have picnics. It was crowded with people in my visit but it is still very enjoyable. In addition to the beautiful scenery, there are also multiple museums in the park that you may want to visit. If you're interested in visiting one of the museums in the park, be sure to check their hours of operation ahead of time as they were close on Monday.