Shiba Park

A Historical Park Right Next to Tokyo Tower

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Park

In 1873, Shiba Park was one the first places in Japan to be designated as a park.
Located between Zojoji Temple and Shiba Toshogu Shrine, nearby Tokyo Tower can be viewed from anywhere in the park. 。
The long history of this park can be felt in the remains of its ancient burial mound as well as its giant camphor, Japanese zelkova and ginkgo trees.
In spring, over 200 Sakura trees bloom. The foliage of Momoji-Dani ravine can be admired in autumn.

Highlights

  • This park boasts a long history.
  • Over 200 Sakura trees blossom in spring, and the autumn foliage of Momiji-Dani is beautiful.
  • Take a walk in the park while looking at Tokyo Tower.

Photos

  • Tokyo Tower seen from Shiba Park

Reviews

  • 林育琦

    秋天去賞楓的好地方。

Basic Information

Postal Code
105-0011
Address
Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Telephone
03-3431-4359
Admission
Free
※Certain facilities require fees
Closed
No holidays
※The service center and facilities are closed over the New Year’s holiday.
Hours
Open all day
Access
(1) About 2 minutes on foot from Shibakoen Station on the Toei Mita Line
(2) About 12 minutes on foot from Hamamatsuchō Station on the JR Yamanote Line
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)

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