Home to seasonal blooms and Hakone Yama, the highest summit inside the Yamanote Line circle
Toyama park is home to Hakone Yama, an elevated mound known as the highest summit inside the Yamanote Line circle, and the two surrounding areas split by Meiji Dori into the Hakoneyama and Okubo grounds.
While the summit at Hakoneyama stands at a mere 44.6 meters tall, it is still the tallest elevation within the Yamanote Line circle, offering a wide view of the Shinjuku skyline.
The peak is home to many Somei Yoshino cherry trees, whose blooms draw crowds for a glimpse of their cherryblossoms in spring.
Inside the Okubo grounds you can also find the Shinjuku Sports Center, grass fields and open space for recreation.
home to Hakoneyama, the highest summit within the Yamanote Line circle.
coveted spot for catching cherryblossoms atop the Hakoyama hill.
family-friendly spots like the splashpond for kids during the summer season. (Hakoneyama side)
Yabusame horseback archery festival held by Ana Hachimangu Shrine in October.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
3-5-1 Okubo, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo *Toyama Park Service Center
(Hakoneyama Grounds: Toyama 2 / Toyama 3, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo )
※The service center and facilities are closed over the New Year’s holiday.
- Open all day
10 min. walk to the Hakoneyama grounds from Nishi-waseda Station on the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line
(2 min. walk to the Okubo grounds from Nishi-waseda Station)
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)