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Located along the upstream of Tamagawa River, Koganei Park is a huge park with spacious grassy areas, tree groves, a cherry blossom garden, children's playgrounds, an archery range, a locomotive display (C57 model), and 16 tennis courts among others. There are many things to do for visitors to the city park.
1-13-1 Sekinocho, Koganei, Tokyo
A traditional and popular cherry blossom spot.
Via. JR Chuo Line: 1. Take the train to Musashi-Koganei Station (30 minutes from Shinjuku Station) - Take the Seibu bus from bus stop 2 or 3 at the North Exit and get off at Koganei Park West Exit, or - Take the Kanto Bus bound for Mitaka Station from bus stop 4 at the North Exit and get off at "Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum-mae", "Koganei Park-mae", or "Sports Center entrance". 2. Take the train to Higashi-Koganei Station (25 minutes from Shinjuku Station) - Take the CoCo bus from the bus stop at North Exit and get off at "Koganei Park entrance" or "Tatemono entrance". Via. Seibu Shinjuku Line: 1. the train to Hana-Koganei Station (25 minutes by express train from Takadanobaba Station) - Walk along the Koganei Street to "Minamihana Koganei" bus stop and take the Seibu Bus bound for Musashi-Koganei Station and get off at "Koganei Park West Exit".
30 minutes from Chofu IC on Chuo Expressway.
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