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Ueno Onshi Park - 上野恩賜公園

Ueno Onshi Park covers the area from the Ueno Station Park Exit to the west side of Uguisudani Station. During the Shougitai Battle of Ueno in 1868, the hall and tower were virtually destroyed and the park was established as one of Japan's first parks in 1873. In 1924, the park was donated to Tokyo City by imperial grant and was developed as a metropolitan park. In spring, the park is filled with someiyoshino cherry and wild cherry blossoms, making it one of the famous cherry blossom spots within the capital.

Ueno Onshi Park


From Tokyo Metro Ueno Station (G16, H17): 2 mins on foot

Location Details

Category Japanese Garden/Park
Address Uenokoen, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Access Immediate access from JR Ueno Station Park Exit
Admission Free admission (closed between 11:00 p.m. - 5:00 a.m.)
Open 5:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Closed Open 365 days a year

*Information is current as of May 2012.

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