Tsukayama Park

You can learn how people lived in the past at this park

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Park / Closest to Hamadayama Station

An excavation uncovered settlements from the middle of the Jomon period (about 3,500-4,500 years ago) in this park.
You can go inside the pit dwellings reconstructed from historic ruins that show how people lived in the Jomon period.
The very unique chairs and trashcans placed in the park are made to imitate earthenware from the Jomon period.
In the park office, there are excavated artifacts and replicas on display, as well as models made by visualizing the Jomon period.
Also inside the office, there is a "greenery information center" where you can read books and get advice related to gardening. There are cherry blossom trees alongside the Kanda River next to the park, and many people come to view the cherry blossoms in the spring.

Highlights

  • Pit dwellings reconstructed from the Jomon period
  • Unique equipment made to imitate earthenware
  • The cherry blossoms are so beautiful alongside the Kanda River in the spring

Photos

  • Cherry blossoms alongside the Kanda River
  • Cherry blossoms in full bloom
  • Reconstructed pit dwelling from the Jomon period
  • Playground equipment

Reviews

  • 陳沛琪

    附近還有可以拍照的景點超讚的值得去的地方。

Basic Information

Name in Japanese
塚山公園
Postal Code
168-0073
Address
5-23-12 Shimotakaido, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
Telephone
03-3302-8989
Admission
Free
Closed
No holidays
Hours
Open all day
Access
About a 15 minute walk from the Keio Inokashira Line at Hamadayama Station
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)

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