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NOTICE

The Change of Opening Hours of Shinjuku Gyoen

Typhoon No. 8 is expected to approach the Kanto region on August 13. In order to ensure the safety of visitors, the opening hours of Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden will be changed as follows.
 

Saturday, August 13

9:00am – 4:00pm (early morning opening will take place from 7:00am)
 

Sunday, August 14

11:00am – 7:00pm (early morning opening will be cancelled)
 
Please check the latest information as the opening hours may change depending on the weather conditions. For further information, please call our service center.
 
Shinjuku Gyoen Service Center (Tel: 03-3350-0151)
 
Shinjuku Gyoen Management Office
Ministry of the Environment

No Entry Space around Kids Area on May 18

Access to the area below is prohibited on May 18 for the maintenance of lawns.

Area: The passage on the south side of Middle Pond and a part of Kids Area

Thank you for your cooperation and sorry for the inconvenience.

No Entry Space around Kids Area

The Change of Opening Hours of Shinjuku Gyoen and the Facilities (Updated on Monday, May 9)

Garden Opening Hours: from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm (Gates close: 6:00 pm) until further notice

Facilities:

  • Restaurant Yurinoki (Tsuburano): 9:00 am – 5:30 pm (last orders 5:30 pm) Rest area opens until 6:00 pm.
  • Shinjuku Gate Shop: Closed
  • Cafe Hananoki : Closed *the café space can be used as a rest area.
  • Central Rest House: Weekdays: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (last orders 4:00 pm) Weekends and National Holidays: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm (last orders 5:30 pm) *Rest area opens until 6:00 pm.
  • Rakuu-Tei: Closed (opens only with the reservation)
  • Shouten-Tei: Closed (opens only with the reservation)
  • Information Center: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Starbucks Coffee: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm (last orders 5:00 pm)
  • Old Imperial Rest House: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm *opens only on Saturdays, Sundays and National holidays
  • Greenhouse: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm (Gate closes: 5:30 pm)

※Opening hours change depending on the season and the circumstances.

Requests to Visitors

For the enjoyable time for all visitors and to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection,

please follow the rules below:

・Bringing and drinking alcohol in the garden are strictly prohibited.

・Please have meals within the group of eight people at indoor facilities such as cafés or restaurants

and keep your distance (about 2m) from other visitors in the garden.

・When you have a fever, flu-like symptoms such as coughing or feel sick,

please refrain from visiting the garden.

・Please wear a facemask and follow cough etiquette covering your cough or sneeze.

・Please wash your hands often with soap and water.

・Please refrain from running.

Closed Days

  • Mondays (If Monday is a public holiday, then closed the following day. Closed the day (weekday) after in case of consecutive holidays.)
  • December 29 to January 3
  • Special Open Days: The garden is open throughout the following periods;
    March 25 to April 24, and November 1 to November 15

Admission Fee

  • Adults 500 (Group discount 400)
  • Seniors (65 and over) 250 ※Valid ID required. Please purchase a ticket at a staffed counter.
  • Students 250 ※Valid Student ID required. Please purchase a ticket at a staffed counter.
  • Children (junior high school students /15 and under) FREE

※Visitors can enter the garden purchasing the entrance tickets at the ticket offices on the day, without online advance booking.

※Assistance dogs are also allowed to enter with visitors such as guide-dogs, service dogs and hearing assistance dogs.

EARLY OPENING of Shinjuku Gyoen

Periods: From April 2 to October 30, 2022. From March 4 to March 26, 2023.

ENTRY: From 7:00 am to 9:00 am: Only Shinjuku Gate and Sendagaya Gate

After 9:00 am: All Gates *On Only Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays

*No Early Opening on weekdays.

During the EARLY OPENING hours, “7-9 PARK” a program which provides the activities such as morning yoga, morning running etc. to promote our health registering the application platform is held from 7 am to 9 pm on ONLY Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays at Shinjuku Gyoen.

Please NOTE: During the Early Opening Hours, Running is permitted only on the designated course below in the garden. Please keep enough space from other visitors.

*Please do not run other passages or in the lawn areas except the permitted course.

Running Course during Early Opening Hours

ADMISSION FEE: Usual as below:

Adults 500 (Group discount 400)

Seniors (65 and over) and Students (with valid ID) 250

Children (junior high school students / 15 and under) FREE

*Visitors can enter with the annual passport. (CANNOT BE ISSUED from 7:00 am to 9:00 am)

Free Admission Days of Shinjuku Gyoen (Updated Wednesday, May 4)

The admission is free on May 4 (Greenery Day), May 5 (Children’s Day), June 4 (the day before Environment Day) and June5 (Environment Day).

Opening Hours of Shinjuku Gyoen and the Facilities from Tue. April 26 (Updated Sunday, April 24)

Garden Opening Hours: from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (Gates close: 4:30 pm) until further notice

Facilities:

  • Restaurant Yurinoki : 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Shinjuku Gate Kiosk: Closed
  • Cafe Hananoki : Closed *the café space can be used as a rest area.
  • Central Rest House: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Rakuu-Tei: Closed (opens only with the reservation)

  • Shouten-Tei: Closed (opens only with the reservation)

  • Information Center: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
  • Starbucks Coffee: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (LO: 3:30pm)
  • Old Imperial Rest House: 9:30 am – 4:00 pm *opens only on Saturdays, Sundays and National holidays
  • Greenhouse: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm (Gate closes: 4:00 pm)

※Opening hours change depending on the season and the circumstances.

Requests to Visitors

For the enjoyable time for all visitors and to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection,

please follow the rules below:

・Bringing and drinking alcohol in the garden are strictly prohibited.

・Please have meals within the group of eight people at indoor facilities such as cafés or restaurants

and keep your distance (about 2m) from other visitors in the garden.

・When you have a fever, flu-like symptoms such as coughing or feel sick,

please refrain from visiting the garden.

・Please wear a facemask and follow cough etiquette covering your cough or sneeze.

・Please wash your hands often with soap and water.

・Please refrain from running.

Closed Days

  • Mondays (If Monday is a public holiday, then closed the following day. Closed the day (weekday) after in case of consecutive holidays.)
  • December 29 to January 3
  • Special Open Days: The garden is open throughout the following periods;
    March 25 to April 24, and November 1 to November 15

Admission Fee

  • Adults 500 (Group discount 400)
  • Seniors (65 and over) 250 ※Valid ID required. Please purchase a ticket at a staffed counter.
  • Students 250 ※Valid Student ID required. Please purchase a ticket at a staffed counter.
  • Children (junior high school students /15 and under) FREE

※Visitors can enter the garden purchasing the entrance tickets at the ticket offices on the day, without online advance booking.

※Assistance dogs are also allowed to enter with visitors such as guide-dogs, service dogs and hearing assistance dogs.

A Closed Passage around Cherry Tree Area

Part of the passages around Cherry Tree Area is closed due to the crack of a tree around the area.

Please take a detour as below.

Closed Period: from Fri. April 8 until the safety is assured.

We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for the cooperation.

Advance Booking during cherry blossom season, the opening hours and the change of the rules as the preventive measures of the coronavirus (COVID-19) infection. (Updated on Tue. March 8, 2022)

During cherry blossom viewing season (March 19 – April 10), advance booking is required to enter Shinjuku Gyoen to alleviate congestion and prevent COVID-19 infections.

Garden Opening Hours: from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (Gates close: 4:30 pm)

*Kyu-Gokyu-Sho (Old Imperial Rest House) CLOSE: March 25 to April 24

During the advance booking period, it is necessary to purchase Time-specified E-tickets or reserve Time-specified advance reservation tickets in advance.

Visitors without the E-tickets or the advance reservation tickets cannot enter the Shinjuku Gyoen.

With the advance reservation tickets, visitors need to purchase admission tickets at the ticket counter before entering.

  • Annual passport holders and people who can enter for free (Junior high school students and under, physical disability certificate, intellectual disability certificate, mental disability certificate holders, and one assistant per the person) are not required for advance booking.

Visitors who need to reserve advance reservation tickets: who receives discounts (students: high school students and older (student ID required), 65 years old and older (age certificate required), who would like to purchase admission tickets at the ticket counter on the day or need to purchase the annual passport from March 19 to April 10.

Requests to Visitors (Rules in the garden)

For the enjoyable time for all visitors and to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection in Shinjuku Gyoen, please follow the rules below:

・Bringing and drinking alcohol in the garden are strictly prohibited.

・Please have meals within the group of four people at indoor facilities such as cafés or restaurants and keep your distance (about 2m) from other visitors in the garden.

・When you have a fever, flu-like symptoms such as coughing or feel sick, please refrain from visiting the garden.

・Please wear a facemask and follow cough etiquette covering your cough or sneeze.

・Please wash your hands often with soap and water.

・Please refrain from running.

Entry Restriction of the Number of Visitors per Hour from Jan. 21, 2022

Shinjuku Gyoen starts Entry Restriction per hour from Friday, Jan. 21 to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infections in the garden.

From Jan. 21, the number of visitors per hour is limited to 2,000 people. If the number of visitors exceeds 2,000 people per hour, we will temporarily restrict the entry to the garden.

Requests to Visitors

For the enjoyable time for all visitors and prevention of the spread of coronavirus infection in Shinjuku Gyoen, please follow the rules below:

Bringing and drinking alcohol in the garden are strictly prohibited.

Eating and drinking in large groups of people, except family living together and the group of four people or less, are restricted in the garden.

When you have a fever, flu-like symptoms such as coughing or feel sick, please refrain from visiting the garden.

Please wear a facemask and follow cough etiquette covering your cough or sneeze.

Please wash your hands often with soap and water.

Please keep your distance (about 2m) from other visitors.

Please refrain from running in the garden.

Thank you for your kind understanding and cooperation.

Chrysanthemum Exhibition at Japanese Traditional Garden from Mon. Nov.1 to Mon. Nov.15

Chrysanthemum Exhibition which inherits the tradition of Imperial Family is held at Japanese Traditional Garden. Enjoy the special variety of colorful chrysanthemums with traditional method of displays, which show the unique beauty and culture of Japan.

Venue: Japanese Traditional Garden

Date: from Mon. Nov.1 to Mon. Nov.15 *the garden opens throughout the period.

Time: from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (Last Entry 4:00 pm)

Entry: All Gates

*Please purchase the entrance tickets at the entrance gates to visit the exhibitions.

*To see the exhibitions, enter from the Main Entrance of Japanese Traditional Garden and follow the path to fully enjoy the beauty of each flower bed.

【Chrysanthemum Panel Exhibition】

Venue: Art Gallery of the Information Center

Date: from Mon. Nov.1 to Mon. Nov.15

Time: from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Admission: Free

Contact: Shinjuku Gyoen Service Center TEL: 03-3350-0151

No Entry Restriction and the Changes of the Opening Status of the Facilities in Shinjuku Gyoen from Nov. 1, 2021

From Nov. 1, we do not restrict the number of visitors per hour on the entry to Shinjuku Gyoen. Also, advance booking of the entrance tickets is not required.

Opening Hours: from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (Gates close: 4:30 pm)

Facilities in the Garden

Greenhouse, Information Center, Central Rest House, Restaurant Yurinoki, Café Hananoki and Shouten-Tei (Tea House) Kiosk: open

Starbucks Coffee: opens on weekdays and TO GO ONLY on Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays

Rakuu-Tei (Tea House): opens only with the reservation

Kyu-Gokyu-Sho (Old Imperial Rest House): opens on only Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays

Requests to Visitors

For the enjoyable time for all visitors and prevention of the spread of coronavirus infection in Shinjuku Gyoen, please follow the rules below:

・Bringing and drinking alcohol in the garden are strictly prohibited.

・Eating and drinking in large groups of people, except family living together and the group of four people or less, are prohibited in the garden.

・When you have a fever, flu-like symptoms such as coughing or feel sick, please refrain from visiting the garden.

・Please wear a facemask and follow cough etiquette covering your cough or sneeze.

・Please wash your hands often with soap and water.

・Please keep your distance (about 2m) from other visitors.

・Please refrain from running in the garden.

Rose Event and the 33rd Annual Orchid Exhibition at Shinjuku Gyoen

【Rose Event】

Venue: Formal Garden

Date: Sat. Oct. 23 and Sun. Oct. 24

Time: from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm

* Self-guided sheets in English which introduce our popular roses are distributed.

Please enjoy seasonal roses and the fragrance if you have time.

【The 33rd Annual Orchid Exhibition】

Venue: Greenhouse

Date: from Tue. Nov. 30 to Sun. Dec. 5

Time: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm (Last Entry: 3:30 pm)

On Sun. Dec. 5: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm (Last Entry: 3:00 pm)

* Please purchase the entrance tickets at the entrance gates to enter the garden and join the event or the exhibition.

* The greenhouse is temporarily closed from Tue. Oct.26 to Fri. Oct. 29 for the regular maintenance.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

Change of Closing and Opening Time of Shinjuku Gyoen on October 1 and 2 due to the Typhoon

FRI. October 1: Shinjuku Gyoen CLOSES at 2:30 pm

SAT. October 2: NO EARLY OPENING

Shinjuku Gyoen might open at 9 am on Sat. October 2 depending on the situation and when we confirm the safe of the garden for visitors.

For the latest updates, please contact below or check our website:

/garden/shinjukugyoen/english/index.html

Contact: Shinjuku Gyoen Service Center TEL: 03-3350-0151

We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

NO EARLY OPENING on SAT. September 18.

Shinjuku Gyoen opens at 9 am on Sat. September 18 for the safe of visitors since Typhoon is approaching Tokyo.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

Closed Routes in Mother and Child Woods

Some routes in Mother and Child Woods are CLOSED due to the repair work and beehives around the trees. Please be careful not to enter the passage.

Please see the map below for the closed routes.

We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation.

ENTRY RESTRICTION (5000 visitors per day) in Shinjuku Gyoen on TUE. AUGUST 24

On Tue. August 24, the number of visitors per day is limited to 5,000 people to avoid the congestion in the garden.

When the number of visitors reaches 5,000 people, we will temporarily close the garden.

On Aug. 24, the Japanese Air Self-Defense Force’s Blue Impulse flying over central Tokyo ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony is scheduled. We set the restriction to keep visitors’ distance while watching the Blue Impulse flying in Shinjuku Gyoen.

Please keep enough distance (about 2m) from other visitors while you watch the flying in the garden.

*Entry restriction per hour is NOT implemented on Aug. 24.

*You cannot reenter the garden during the entry restriction.

We will reopen the garden after Japanese Air Self-Defense Force’s Blue Impulse flying and confirming the safety in and around the garden.

*Please refrain from using picnic blankets for a long time at the same place since the lawns are damaged by the long hours use of the blankets.

We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden opens at 12 pm on SUN. AUG. 8.

Today, on Aug. 8, Shinjuku Gyoen opens at 12 pm and closes at 4:30 pm (Last entry: 4:00 pm).

*Promenade is closed for whole day on Aug. 8 due to the bad condition.

The garden staff have checked the damage and confirmed the garden is safe for visiting.

We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

CHANGE OF OPENING HOURS on Sun. Aug. 8, due to the approach of Typhoon.

Opening Hours are changed as below for the visitors’ safe:

SUN. AUGUST 8 : OPEN from 12:00 PM (No Early Opening of the day)

*The Opening hours above MAY CHANGE depends on the situation.

For the latest updates, please contact below or check our website:

/garden/shinjukugyoen/english/index.html

Contact: Shinjuku Gyoen Service Center TEL: 03-3350-0151

We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

The change of the opening hours of Shinjuku Gyoen on Sat. July 17

Opening hours of July 17: from 9:00 to at 2:00 pm (Gates close at 2:30 pm)

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

The Changes of Opening Hours of Shinjuku Gyoen and the Facilities from July 12, 2021 (Updated Monday, August 2)

Shinjuku Gyoen has changed the opening hours of the garden and the facilities from Mon. July 12, in response to the declaration of a state of emergency (from July 12 to August 22). The garden opens with the shortened opening hours, the entry restriction and thorough preventive measures against new coronavirus (COVID-19) infection.

Opening Hours: from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (Gates close: 4:30 pm)

Entry Restriction

Advance booking of the entrance tickets is not required, however, the number of visitors per hour is limited to 2,000 people. If the number of visitors exceeds 2,000 people per hour, we will temporarily restrict the entry to the garden.

Facilities in the Garden

Greenhouse, Information Center and Central Rest House: open

Restaurant Yurinoki and Kiosk in the restaurant are temporarily closed for the renovation on weekdays.

Kiosk in Restaurant Yurinoki: opens on only Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays (TO GO ONLY)

Café Hananoki, Kiosk near Shinjuku Gate and Starbucks Coffee: TO GO ONLY

Shouten-Tei (Tea House) Kiosk: opens on only Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays

Rakuu-Tei (Tea House) and Kyu-Gokyu-Sho (Old Imperial Rest House): temporarily closed

Requests to Visitors

For the enjoyable time for all visitors and prevention of the spread of coronavirus infection in Shinjuku Gyoen, please follow the rules below:

・Bringing and drinking alcohol in the garden are strictly prohibited.

・Eating and drinking in large groups of people, except family living together and the group of four people or less, are prohibited in the garden.

・When you have a fever, flu-like symptoms such as coughing or feel sick, please refrain from visiting the garden.

・Please wear a facemask and follow cough etiquette covering your cough or sneeze.

・Please wash your hands often with soap and water.

・Please keep your distance (about 2m) from other visitors.

・Please refrain from running in the garden.

EARLY OPENING at Shinjuku Gyoen from Sat. June 26, 2021 (Updated Saturday, June 26 )

Shinjuku Gyoen starts EARLY OPENING from Sat. June 26, 2021, which was started in 2019 as one of the approaches to make Shinjuku Gyoen more attractive.

Also, with the EARLY OPENING, “7-9 PARK” starts from Sat. June 26, a program which provides the activities to promote our health under the current circumstances many people work from home.

PERIODS: From Sat. June 26 to Sun. October 31 2021 on ONLY Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays and from Sat. March 5 to Sun. March 13, 2022 on ONLY Saturdays and Sundays

*No Early Opening on weekdays.

TIME: Open at 7:00 am

ADMISSION FEE: Usual as below:

Adults 500 (Group discount 400)

Seniors (65 and over) and Students (with valid ID) 250

Children (junior high school students / 15 and under) FREE

*Visitors can enter with the annual passport. (CANNOT BE ISSUED from 7:00 am to 9:00 am)

ENTRY: From 7:00 am to 9:00 am: Only Shinjuku Gate and Sendagaya Gate

After 9:00 am: ALL GATES

RUNNING ONLY during EARLY OPENING Hours:

Visitors can enjoy running during the early opening hours. Please check the blue colored course on the map below, which is available for running. Please keep distance at least 2 m from other visitors. To prevent heatstroke, you can take off your face mask while you keep enough space (more than 2 m) from others.

“7-9PARK”

7-9PARK is a program which visitors enjoy and experience several activities such as morning yoga, morning running, or English conversation lessons during the early opening hours registering the application platform. Please check the introduction below.

About 7-9PARK (Only available in Japanese)

Running Course during Early Opening Hours

Parking Discount for Electric Vehicle (EV) and Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV) drivers visiting Shinjuku Gyoen, from April 1, 2021

To promote the use of electric vehicles (EV) and fuel cell vehicles (FCV) for decarbonization in the transport sector, two hours of free parking is available for electric vehicle and fuel cell vehicle drivers who visit Shinjuku Gyoen by showing the vehicle inspection certificate, entrance ticket and parking ticket at the parking management office from April 1, 2021.

*Regarding the vehicle inspection certificate, we need to confirm whether the type of fuel of your EV or FCV vehicle is electricity or compressed hydrogen.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Closed Days

  • Mondays (If Monday is a public holiday, then closed the following day. Closed the day(weekday) after in case of consecutive holidays.)
  • December 29 to January 3

“Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Audio Guide Service”

Thank you for your visit to Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden.

To enhance your garden experience, we have started Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden audio guide service.

By scanning the QR code posted on signboards in the garden with your mobile devices, you can listen to the garden’s audio guides, which provides the garden highlights and history. The audio guide is available in four languages – Japanese, English, Chinese and Korean.

Enjoy and learn more about our garden with the user-friendly guides!

Click here for PDF file

Contact: Shinjuku Gyoen Service Center TEL: 03-3350-0151

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Management Office

詳細については、次の URL をご覧ください。……

Visiting Information

Opening Hours

  • Restaurant Yurinoki: (Tsuburano): 9:00 am – 5:30 pm (last orders 5:30 pm) Rest area opens until 6:00 pm.
  • Shinjuku Gate Shop: Closed
  • Cafe Hananoki: Closed *the café space can be used as a rest area.
  • Central Rest House: Weekdays: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (last orders 4:00 pm) Weekends and National Holidays: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm (last orders 5:30 pm) Rest area opens until 6:00 pm.
  • Rakuu-Tei: Closed (opens only with the reservation)
  • Shouten-Tei: Closed (opens only with the reservation)
  • Information Center: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Starbucks Coffee: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm (last orders 5:00 pm)
  • Old Imperial Rest House: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm opens only on Saturdays, Sundays and National holidays
  • Greenhouse: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm (Gate closes: 5:30 pm)

※Opening hours depend on the season

Requests to Visitors

For the enjoyable time for all visitors and to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection,

please follow the rules below:

・Bringing and drinking alcohol in the garden are strictly prohibited.

・Please have meals within the group of four people at indoor facilities such as cafés or restaurants

and keep your distance (about 2m) from other visitors in the garden.

・When you have a fever, flu-like symptoms such as coughing or feel sick,

please refrain from visiting the garden.

・Please wear a facemask properly following the govenment policy and cough etiquette covering your cough or sneeze.

・Please wash your hands often with soap and water.

・Please refrain from running.

Closed Days

  • Mondays (If Monday is a public holiday, then closed the following day. Closed the day(weekday) after in case of consecutive holidays.)
  • December 29 to January 3
  • Special Open Days: The garden is open throughout the following periods;
    March 25 to April 24, and November 1 to November 15

Admission Fee

  • Adults 500 (Group discount 400)
  • Seniors (65 and over) 250 ※Valid ID required. Please purchase a ticket at a staffed counter.
  • Students 250 ※Valid Student ID required. Please purchase a ticket at a staffed counter.
  • Children (junior high school students /15 and under) FREE

※Group discount applies to a party of 30 persons or more. No reservations are necessary.

※Annual Passport is also available. Click here for more information.

Visitors can enter the garden purchasing the entrance tickets at the ticket offices on the day, without online advance booking.

※Assistance dogs are also allowed to enter with visitors such as guide-dogs, service dogs and hearing assistance dogs.

《Application for free admission for groups with disability certificates》

Groups of persons with disabilities who have physical disability certificates, intellectual disability certificates, or mental disability certificates, and one assistant per person, are entitled to free admission when a person in charge of a welfare institution, group home, or other institutions sends or submits the application form (currently Japanese form only) in advance.

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Please send the application by one week in advance of your visit by e-mail to the address below or submit the form to the Shinjuku Gyoen Management Office or the Information Center. If the application is approved, a “free entry approval notification” will be sent to the applicant. Present the approval notification sent by e-mail at the ticket counter when the group visits the garden so that it is not necessary for each person to show their disability certificate.

Please note that free admission will be applied only if the certificates are issued in Japan.

Please make sure to write the e-mail address of a person in charge of the institution on the application for the reply.

Car Parking  Updated on Dec. 8, 2021

  • Parking Time 6:30am-9:00pm (Last entry 9:00pm. You can leave the parking anytime, 24hours a day.) Open all year round.
  • Car (200 spaces)
  • [Parking Fee for garden visitors] 600 for the first 2 hours, and 200 per additional 30 minutes. A maximum fee is 2,400 per day (until midnight of the day)
  • ※For garden visitors, parking discount is applied by showing the entrance tickets (including annual passport) and parking tickets at Okido entrance gate or paying parking fee scanning QR code of the entrance tickets at self-checkout machines of the parking area.
  • [Parking Fee for other users] 300 per 20 minutes. A maximum fee is 2,700 per day (until midnight of the day)
  • Coach (5 spaces) 2,200 for 1 hour, then 550 half-hourly. A maximum fee is 5,500 per night (during the hours of 8:00pm to 8:00am of the next day) ※No discount fee for a coach.
  • ※ For drivers or the passengers in the vehicles who have disability certificates, parking fee is free by showing the parking tickets and the following certificates issued in Japan: Physical disability certificate, Intellectual disability certificate or Mental disability certificate at Okido Gate when leaving the garden.

    ※Parking Discount for Electric Vehicle (EV) and Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV) drivers visiting Shinjuku Gyoen

    To promote the use of electric vehicles (EV) and fuel cell vehicles (FCV) for decarbonization in the transport sector, two hours of free parking is available (from April 1, 2021) for electric vehicle and fuel cell vehicle drivers who visit Shinjuku Gyoen by showing the entrance ticket and parking ticket at Okido Gate when leaving, and then showing the parking ticket and the vehicle inspection certificate at the parking management office.

    *Regarding the vehicle inspection certificate, we need to confirm whether the type of fuel of your EV or FCV vehicle is electricity or compressed hydrogen.

Bicycle Parking

  • Located in front of each entrance. (Free of charge. Bicycle parking is only available during opening hours of the garden. )

Other Information

  • Coin lockers are located next to each ticket office (Inside of Shinjuku Gate, Okido Gate and Sendagaya Gate). (Price : Small/Medium 300 Large 500)
  • Wheelchairs are available at each entrance and Service Center. (No reservations necessary. Free of charge.)

Important Reminder

Updated on Dec 18, 2018

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is managed for the enjoyment of the public, balancing the interests of our visitors, wildlife, the historic environment and conservation.

To ensure an enjoyable time for all visitors, we ask you to REFRAIN FROM THE FOLLOWINGS:

1. Bringing items listed below:
  • Alcohol
  • Animals (except guide dogs, hearing dogs, and service dogs)
  • Bicycles, striders, unicycles, or trolleys
  • Drones
  • Butterfly nets or insect cages
  • Cut flowers
  • Other items that the administrator considers inappropriate to bring in the garden
2. Any sports and activities which may disturb other visitors, such as:
  • Playing catch, soccer and other activities using balls
  • Running or jogging in groups
  • Playing badminton
  • Roller-skating, rollerblading, kick-boarding, or skateboarding
  • Playing with radio-controlled helicopters, radio-controlled cars, or similar products
  • Playing frisbee or boomerang
  • Rope-jumping or kite-flying
  • Other activities that the administrator considers inappropriate to play in the garden

NOTICE: In Kid’s Area, CHILDREN UNDER 13 YEARS OLD ONLY can use play equipment such as rubber balls for kids or jump ropes that may not cause harm to other visitors. Hard balls such as soccer balls, baseball equipment, skateboards, radio-controlled model cars are not permitted to use in all areas in the garden as they may cause troubles or injuries to others.

During cherry blossom season from March 25 to April 24, play equipment cannot be used in Kids Area.

3. Damaging garden, facilities, animals, trees or plants for preservation of nature

and cultural properties:

  • Picking or damaging plants
  • Catching or hurting animals, birds, fish or insects
  • Fishing and swimming in the ponds
  • Climbing trees
  • Feeding animals
  • Entering restricted and protected areas
  • Bringing and planting plants or flowers
  • Bringing and releasing animals
  • Damaging or defacing facilities and equipment
  • Other acts that the administrator considers inappropriate
4. Improper acts for disturbing garden management or causing troubles

to other visitors:

  • Building a fire, or using instruments that cause fire such as portable stoves
  • Picking fallen leaves, branches, or flowers and taking them out of the garden
  • Playing musical instruments, or using audio equipment to make a loud noise, such as music players, loudspeakers, or whistles
  • Entry of cars and bicycles and parking in the garden(except maintenance vehicles with permission)
  • Collecting donations
  • Handing out flyers or leaflets
  • Smoking including electronic cigarettes out of the designated areas
  • Taking photographs which may disturb other visitors
  • Other acts that the administrator considers inappropriate
5. Any acts which may disturb scenery:
  • Throwing or leaving garbage anywhere other than trash boxes
  • Setting flags and putting posters
  • Bringing in and using outdoor equipment such as tents or parasols
  • Other acts that the administrator considers inappropriate
6. Commercial activities (except authorized activities)
  • Displaying and selling goods
  • Commercial photography and movie shooting
  • Competitions, exhibitions, or lectures or courses (photography, sketch, yoga, Tai Chi, walking or jogging) which require payment
  • Other commercial activities that are not permitted by the administrator
7. Other Important Notice

In case of illegal and violent acts, the disturbance to other visitors, or failure to cooperate with our garden’s instructions, you may be asked to exit Shinjuku Gyoen.

We appreciate your cooperation in making use of the garden in a respectful manner and hope you have good time.

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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden | Travel Japan (Japan National Tourism Organization)

Access Information

to SHINJUKU GATE

Train JR・KEIO・ODAKYU Lines Shinjuku sta. “south exit” 10min. walk
SEIBU SHINJUKU Line Seibu-Shinjuku sta.

15min. walk

Fukutoshin Line(Subway) Shinjuku-sanchome sta.”E5 exit”

5min. walk

Marunouchi Line(Subway) Shinjuku-gyoemmae sta. “Exit1” 5min. walk
Toei Shinjuku Line(Subway) Shinjuku-sanchome sta. “C1&C5exit” 5min. walk
Bus 品97 Shinagawa-Shinjuku “Shinjku -nichome”
池86 Ikebukuro-Shibuya “Shinjuku-yonchome”
早77 Waseda-Shinjuku “Shinjuku-sanchome”

to SENDAGAYA GATE

Train JR Soubu Line Sendagaya sta. 5min. walk
Toei Oedo Line(Subway) Kokuritsu-kyogijo sta. “A5 exit” 5min. walk
Bus 池86 Ikebukuro-Shibuya “Kita-sando”
黒77 Meguro-Sendagaya “Sendagaya sta.”
早81 Waseda-Shibuya “Sendagaya sta.”

to OKIDO GATE

Train Marunouchi Line(Subway) Shinjuku-gyoemmae sta. “Exit2” 5min. walk
Bus 品97 Shinagawa-Shinjuku “Shinjuku-icchome”
早81 Waseda-Shibuya “Yotsuya-yonchome”

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自然にふれる

歴史にふれる

お食事・お土産

カフェはなのき
(休業中)

四季のみどころ

年間行事

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STYLE

With 58.3 ha(144 acres) in size and a circumference of 3.5 km, Shinjuku Gyoen, the representative modern western-style garden in Meiji era, blends three distinct styles, French Formal Garden, English Landscape Garden and Japanese Traditional Garden.
The garden was designed by French Landscaping designer and is considered to be one of the most important gardens from the Meiji era.

HISTORICAL SITES

There are historical buildings that retain the history of the imperial gardens, such as the club house’s former Western-style rest station, which was built in the Meiji era, and the former Goryotei Pavillion, which was presented as a memorial for the Emperor Hirohito.

EAT & SHOP

Restaurants and cafes where you can enjoy seasonal views offer original lunches and sweets menus. The shop at resthouse has Shinjuku Gyoen original goods, souvenirs, soft ice cream and drinks. You can enjoy matcha tea at the tea room in the Japanese garden.

EVENTS

There are various events that are related to the nature and history of Shinjuku Gyoen throughout the year, such as the special exhibition of cherry blossoms in spring, the chrysanthemum exhibition and orchid exhibition, Noh perfomance and a photo contest.

FOUR SEASONS

Shinjuku Gyoen is an oasis in the heart of the city, where you can enjoy the seasonally varied atmosphere and rich nature, such as cherry blossoms in the spring, greenery in summer, autumn chrysanthemum flower exhibition and autumn leaves, greenhouse in winter and snow scene.

GREENHOUSE

In the oldest Western-style greenhouse built in the nineteenth century, where we grow tropical and subtropical plants, including orchids, and played a pioneering role in Japanese greenhouse horticulture. Rebuilt in 2012, it became an environmentally conservation greenhouse for preserving and displaying endangered species.

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Tokyo’s answer to Central Park

Once part of an Edo era (1603-1867) feudal lord’s home, this massive green space was turned into a public park in 1949. Since then it has been a beloved refuge for Tokyoites looking to enjoy a bit of nature in the center of the city.

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Management Office

Tips

  • Capturing the views of skyscrapers framed by the park’s ancient trees
  • Picnicking under the cherry blossoms– just don’t bring any alcoholic drinks

Despite only being a short walk away from bustling Shinjuku, the leafy walkways and seasonal flowers make this a tranquil spot for a morning or afternoon stroll. After paying the small entrance fee, you will soon find that the noise of the city drops away and is replaced by bird song.

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Management Office

Shinjuku Gyoen combines three distinct types of gardens—Japanese traditional, formal and landscape—with sprawling lawns and quiet groves. In the spring you can admire over 1,000 cherry trees that tinge the park pink with their delicate blooms. During the fall, you can view some of central Tokyo’s best autumn colors, although the variety of plants in the gardens and greenhouse make Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden worth a visit at any time of the year.

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Management Office

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Management Office

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概説[編集]

もともとは江戸時代に信濃高遠藩内藤家下屋敷のあった敷地である。
1879年明治12年)に新宿植物御苑が開設され、宮内省(現在の宮内庁)の管理するところとなったが、第二次世界大戦後は一般に公開され、現在は環境省管轄の国民公園として親しまれている。2006年平成18年)に、「新宿御苑」の名を冠してから100周年を迎えた。開園100周年事業の一環として、絶滅が危惧されている植物の保護センターを設置することが計画されている。

かつては、例年4月には内閣総理大臣主催の「桜を見る会」が開催されていた。また、11月上旬には環境大臣主催の「菊を観る会」が開催される。大正天皇昭和天皇大喪の礼が執り行われた場所でもある。

隣接する東京都立新宿高等学校の敷地は、1921年(大正10年)にこの新宿御苑の土地の一部が東京府へ下賜されたものである。

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History[edit]

The shōgun bequeathed this land to Lord Naitō (daimyō) of Tsuruga in the Edo period who completed a garden here in 1772.[1] After the Meiji Restoration the house and its grounds were converted into an experimental agricultural centre.[2] It then became a botanical garden before becoming an imperial garden in 1879. The current configuration of the garden was completed in 1906. Most of the garden was destroyed by air raids in 1945, during the later stages of World War II. The garden was rebuilt after the war.[citation needed]

The jurisdiction over the Imperial Palace Outer Garden and the Kyoto imperial garden was transferred to the Ministry of Health and Welfare (now the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) in 1947.[citation needed]

On May 21, 1949, the garden became open to the public as a national park. It came under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of the Environment in January 2001, with the official English name “Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden”. The official Japanese name remains Shinjuku Gyoen, where gyoen means “imperial garden”.[3]

In 1989, the Shinjuku Gyoen was the site chosen for the funeral rites of Emperor Shōwa before he was buried at the Musashi Imperial Graveyard.[citation needed]

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An expansive oasis of gardens once reserved for royalty

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a pleasant and refreshing escape from Tokyo’s concrete cityscape. Once a feudal lord’s domain, it later became the imperial garden for the imperial family, nobles and invited guests. While Yoyogi Park , the Imperial Palace , and other temples and shrines offer green spaces, none of them can match Shinjuku Gyoen, which covers a massive 144 acres and continues to be one of the best places to visit in Tokyo.

  • The three distinct styles of gardens
  • The greenhouse, with flora both tropical and subtropical
  • The iconic pergola featured in the film The Garden of Words

Shinjuku Gyoen is easily accessible on foot from either Shinjuku Station, Sendagaya Station or Shinjuku Gyoemmae Station.

From Shinjuku Station, the Southeast Exit is the closest to Shinjuku Gyoen. It takes approximately 10 minutes on foot.

Shinjuku Gyoen Management Office

Three ways to view the gardens

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is really three gardens in one, with western and Japanese-style gardens.

The French style formal area is considered the most romantic. This is because of the abundant flowers, especially roses. This part of the garden is especially popular in the spring when the majority of the flowers bloom. You can also see hundreds of trees changing colors before the cold winter months. The English style garden features expansive open lawns surrounded by flowering cherry trees.

The Japanese garden is an integral part of the garden’s origins, with large ponds dotted with islands and bridges. Well-manicured shrubs and trees surround the water together with a tea-house and pavilion. While beautiful year-round, this garden should not be missed in spring and fall.

Imperial origins

The garden was originally built as the private residence of Lord Naito—an Edo era (1603-1867) feudal lord. In 1906, the garden was converted into a imperial garden by the Meiji government.

During WWII, the garden was destroyed during the air raids. Once restored, the garden was converted into a public garden.

The garden remains associated with the Imperial Family. The Showa Emperor (1901-1989) considered Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden such an important part of his childhood that his funeral was held here as an official state ceremony on February 24, 1989.

Cherry blossom season

If you’re in Tokyo during sakura season, Shinjuku Gyoen is a beautiful place to experience Japanese hanami (viewing the cherry blossoms), when approximately 1,000 cherry trees color the garden in many shades of pink. Bring along a picnic lunch and join the fun. Hanami is a truly Japanese experience.

Keep in mind, however, that the garden prohibits alcohol consumption. Because of this, the garden is a popular cherry-blossom viewing choice for those with babies and children.

More to see and do

The Taiwan Pavilion is an authentic Chinese structure built to celebrate the Emperor Showa Hirohito’s wedding, paid for by Japanese people living in Taiwan at the time.

The greenhouse at Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden looks like a glassed-in indoor jungle. This botanical garden features orchids, unusual plants from the subtropics, plants in danger of extinction, large trees, ponds and waterfalls. It’s divided into pond, tropical, subtropical and desert areas.

Recreate anime scenes

Makoto Shinkai’s 2013 anime film, The Garden of Words, is set in Shinjuku Gyoen. He made the film from a desire to preserve the beauty of the garden in the event of a natural disaster, based on his feelings after the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami of 2011.

Many scenes in the film use Shinkai’s photos as the base for the illustrations. A majority of the film’s action takes place at one small pavilion in the garden. If you’re a Shinkai fan, the area makes for a perfect photo opportunity.

Please note: No alcoholic beverages and no play equipment are allowed in the garden. Please check the official website of the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden before you visit.

* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.

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結論として、日本のエンタメニュースは興味深くエキサイティングな話題です。日本の文化やエンターテインメント業界について学ぶことはたくさんあります。日本のエンタメニュースはとても面白いです。新鮮でわくわくする情報が満載です。ぜひ、この本を読んで、この国とその文化についてもっと学んでください。この記事が有益で役立つことを願っています。読んでくれてありがとう!

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