Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park

Travel Guide - Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park

Information

Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park is a 67,000 square meters park, which is one of the largest in Tokyo.
This area used to belong to the Arisugawa-no-miya family, a branches of the Imperial Family of Japan.
The park has Japanese traditional gardens with mountain streams populated by wild birds, which show signs of the royal family's garden in the past.
There are also a statue of Prince Arisugawa Taruhito and the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Library in the park.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 5 minutes walk from Hiroo Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (H03)

Address / Location

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