Jindai Botanical Park

Travel Guide - Jindai Botanical Park

Information

Jindai Botanical Park was opened in 1961 as the first botanical park in Tokyo.
Visitors can enjoy plants and the beauty of flowers all year round.
The park has 100,000 plants of 4,800 species, including 5,500 roses.
The best season for watching the roses are in May, June, October and November.
The park is connected through wooden areas to the historic old Jindai Temple, introducing visitors to the naturally beautiful atmosphere of the Musashino woodland.

Opening Hours

  • 9:30 – 17:00 *admission until 16:00

Closed

  • Mondays (or the following day when it falls on a national holiday)
  • December 29 – January 1

Access / Public Transport

  • 18 minutes from Chofu Station on the Keio Line or Keio Sagamihara Line (KO18) by the bus bound for Jindaiji.Get off at Jindai Shokubutsu Koen Bus stop.
  • 20 minutes from JR Mitaka Station or JR Kichijoji Station by the bus bound for Jindaiji.Get off at Jindai Shokubutsu Koen Bus stop.

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