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Inokashira Park

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Inokashira Park is a true oasis tucked away in the bustling metropolis of Tokyo. The park is famous for its sprawling and well-kept grounds that are picturesque in every season. Pink sakura petals flutter in the spring, cool summer breezes sweep through lush green plant life, and vibrant oranges and reds paint the trees in the fall. Whether you are taking a walk in the crisp winter air or celebrating the annual cherry blossom festival, Inokashira park will not disappoint.

madeleineray 2 months ago

Head into the serenity of Inokashira Park when the frantic city life gets to be a bit much. Bring a fancy parasol and rent a rowboat for an Instagram photo shoot to truly assimilate.  The park is great in every season, from the pink cherry blossoms in the spring to the deep fall reds. Inokashira Park turned 100 years old in 2017 and is home to 20,000 trees throughout its 10 acres. Sundays are a great day here with a small craft market on the north side of the pond.

laurenallain 1 year ago

Inokashira Park is one of the most beautiful parks in Tokyo. The park has paved pathways to enjoy a stroll, a beautiful pond equipped with boats for visitors, and cherry blossom trees that unfold to create a truly stunning site in the spring. Enjoy the well-kept grounds of the park for a breath of fresh air during your Tokyo explorations.

madeleineray 2 years ago

Home to plentiful facilities and even the mythical Studio Ghibli Museum, Inokashira Park is a famed sprawling oasis near the Kichijoji neighborhood that looks beautiful all year. With bright red leaves and crisp temperatures, endless views of gorgeous sprawling lands, and even a shimmering lake, Inokashira Park is easily one of the most beautiful places to enjoy the change of seasons.

madeleineray 2 years ago

Inokashira Park is a mystical place that is one of the most famed date spots in the city. A sprawling park nearby the quaint Kichijoji neighborhood, Inokashira park encompasses a gorgeous lake to paddle along, stunning nature, and even the iconic Ghibli Museum in case you or your date likes classic Japanese animation.

madeleineray 1 year ago

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  • Cute Date Ideas In Tokyo

    madeleineray (Madeleine Ray)
    Tokyo is famous for being an exciting destination full of activity, and there are an overwhelming amount of places, restaurants, and things to do and see- so I have narrowed it down a little for you. Any of these gorgeous spots throughout the city are guaranteed success if you are with the right person. From nostalgic amusement parks to quaint parks adjacent to some of the most eccentric neighborhoods- these spots are perfect for an afternoon, evening, or all-day getaway with your date.
  • Where To See Fall Foliage In Tokyo

    madeleineray (Madeleine Ray)
    Fall sweeps over Tokyo in a flurry of chestnut flavored desserts, heated vending machine drinks, and red-pigmented leaves dancing in a flurry throughout the city. In Japan the changing of seasons is significant, and the early signs of autumn leading into winter are to be cherished. Here are some gorgeous, sprawling city parks to explore while adventuring out in Tokyo. Take a breath away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan streets, and embrace the warm hues of red, orange, and yellow at these gorgeous destinations.
  • Things to Do and Eat in Kichijoji

    madeleineray (Madeleine Ray)
    Kichijoji is a neighborhood on the edge of Tokyo that provides some of the most unique and fun experiences the city has to offer. Along with rows of extensive shopping and delicious food and culture, the area is also famous for the large Inokashira park which houses the world-famous Ghibli Museum. I really recommend visiting Kichijoji to anyone travelling to Tokyo, the area is truly unique and encapsulates another side of daily life in Japan that isn't as accessible in more tourist-heavy areas. Enjoy this list of some of the tastiest food and most fun activities to do in Kichijoji!
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