Events

From Saturday, February 1, 2020 to Sunday, March 15

Plum of Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

In fact, as for the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden known as famous spot for its cherry blossoms, plum is wonderful, too.

Plum of Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is the early February and mid-March now in about 300, the best time to see in garden, but blooms little by little on the Japanese garden Rakuu-Tei side!  

Ministry of the Environment Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Administration Office     

     

The first best time to see is the early February and mid-March, but red and white may look at clean plum by the end of February.

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden which projects Japanese "beauty" going to change consistently seasonally.

It may be good to take a walk relaxedly for flavor of plum at this time!

      

Ministry of the Environment Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Administration Office 


Ministry of the Environment Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Administration Office 

*As Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden becomes moratorium on alcoholic beverage carry-on prohibition, playground equipments (child open space is excluded), please be careful.

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden introduction page

Admission charges

General 500 yen

65 years or older 250 yen

Student (more than high school student) 250 yen

Dwarf (junior high student or younger) free of charge

・People 65 years or older, please show certificate which I can see of age.
・Student (more than high school student), please show student identification card.
・As for the person having certificate of the physically disabled, nursing notebook, mental patient health welfare notebook, admission of the person and one person of assistance is free (please show notebook).
・Assistance dog can enter a kindergarten, too.

Place

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

〒160-0014 11, Naitoumachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

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Contact

TEL: 03-3350-0151
Ministry of the Environment Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden website

 

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