Shinjuku Gyoen was originally created as a garden for the Imperial Family in 1906.
The property is currently open to the public as a national park, harmonizing both European and Japanese styles.
Besides the tea house and restaurant, the park also contains buildings related to the Imperial household.
Shinjuku Gyoen is one of Tokyo’s largest and most popular parks for strolling or admiring the flowering shrubs and foliage.
In spring it is a popular location for viewing cherry blossoms, in autumn people gather to see the maple leaves, and in November it hosts an exquisite chrysanthemum exhibit.
- 9:00 – 16:30 *admission until 30 minutes before closing
- Mondays (or the following day when it falls on a national holiday)
- December 29 – January 3
Access / Public Transport
- 5 minutes walk from Shinjuku-gyoenmae Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line (M 10)
- 5 minutes walk from JR Sendagaya Station
- 5 minutes walk from Shinjuku-sanchome Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line (M09), Fukutoshin Line (F13) or Toei Shinjuku Line (S02)
- 5 minutes walk from Kokuritsu-kyogijo Station on the Toei Oedo Line (E25)
- 10 minutes walk from Shinjuku Station on the JR lines, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line (M08), Toei Oedo Line (E27), Toei Shinjuku Line (S01), Keio Line (KO01), or Odakyu Odawara Line
Address / Location
Rose Rosy Cushion taken in… https://t.co/j3iflRJ9AY
I like taking photos in greenhouses in particular in winter. I feel plea… https://t.co/JgcA3j4mrU
October Cherry taken in Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden October 2015. People a… https://t.co/aJbiZPnUf0