Yoyogi Park

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About Yoyogi Park, Shibuya

Yoyogi Park (代々木公園 Yoyogi kōen) is a large park in Tokyo, Japan, located adjacent to Harajuku Station and Meiji Shrine in Shibuya.


Overview of Yoyogi Park

As you traverse the city of Shibuya, you'll stumble upon Yoyogi Park. Although listed here, Yoyogi Park is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Shibuya.

Yoyogi Park is not one of the most important things to do in Shibuya like Meiji Shrine Honden, Sushi Nova, Hakushu Kobe Beef Teppan, Katsu Midori Sushi Shibuya and Gyumon.

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  • A large scale park, by most city standards, lots of open spaces with a few ponds. Yoyogi Park is best for cherry blossom viewing in the Spring. It's worth noting that there is no access to the neighbouring Meiji Shrine park. Going from one to the other requires a fairly long walk around the outside of either park. It's not clear why there's no through road connecting the two, but I'd presume it's to do with the spiritual and historical nature of the Meiji Shrine.

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  • Nice park with lots of ground to play around. They have a soccer field and also 2 basketball courts with it. Moreover the places over there are very clean and in the evening you get lots of enjoyment including dance programs and other stuff.

  • Gorgeous and immaculate. A peaceful and beautiful place to spend time and go for a walk. Some wildlife including ducks, crows, moths, and butterflies. People are respectful and funloving. I was especially wowed by guides taking blind folks for a jog. A highlight of my Japan trip.

  • A large, gorgeous specious area with dense tree coverage in the middle of Tokyo. It's a little slice of nature where you can enjoy a little peace and relaxation. It's easy to get to add is a short walk from Harajuku Station. Its also near Japan's intensely popular Meiji Shrine.

  • Great city park with eclectic people watching, bike rentals, and festivals on many weekends. Always something going on and always able to find a secluded spot for some quite.

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