Hikarigaoka Park

A Park Featuring a Large Grassy Space Spanning 6 Hectares

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Park

Hikarigaoka Park features a large grassy space that spans 6 hectares, and the whole park is atop gently sloping hills. The forest that surrounds the park is fondly known as the “forest of rest.”
1,000 cherry trees bloom beautifully here in the spring.
During the summer the park’s pond, where children can splash in the water, is very popular.
There is also a row of around 40 ginkgo trees that are over 100 years old, and during autumn the leaves turn beautiful colors, creating a breathtaking golden tunnel.
The park not only features sports facilities like a baseball pitch and tennis courts, but also athletics facilities and a bird sanctuary. Visitors can also put on a barbecue if they make a reservation in advance.

Highlights

  • Large open grassy area
  • 1,000 cherry trees bloom beautifully in spring
  • Row of ginkgo trees over 100 years old
  • See a variety of creatures in the “Bird Sanctuary” (open only on weekends and holidays)

Photos

  • Lawn area
  • Beautiful cherry blossoms in spring
  • Row of ginkgo trees in autumn

Reviews

  • 巴自清

    幸運地,因為我們是下午來訪,所以陽光正好照射在已經轉黃的銀杏樹上,讓銀杏的顏色更加耀眼艷麗,真的是美的讓人無法直視啊!

Basic Information

Postal Code
179-0072
Address
4-1-1 Hikarigaoka, Nerima-ku, Tokyo
Telephone
03-3977-7638
Admission
Free
※Excludes certain facilities
Closed
No holidays
※Excludes certain facilities
Hours
Open all day
※Excludes certain facilities
Access
About an 8-minute walk from the Toei Subway Oedo Line’s Hikarigaoka Station
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)

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