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Planned, designed and constructed as a city park, it is Japan's first modern western-style park. The parks emblematic funtain sprays water up to a height of 21 m. Brightly colored seasonal flowers bloom throughout the year, and due to its proximity to the business district, it is a popular place to relax after a long day's work.
Hibiya Koen, Chiyoda
The 400 year old "Kubikakeicho gingko tree" is known as a power spot in Hibiya park. There will be a lot of colors starting from late September and you can also see a lot of gingko trees.
- From the Tokyo Metro's Marunouchi Line, alight at the Chiyoda line's "Kasumigaseki" and walk for 2 minutes.- Alight at the Hibiya line's "Hibiya" and walk for 2 minutes.- Alight at the JR's "Yurakucho" and walk for 8 minutes.
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