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Spread across 45 acres of grassy land, this park is equipped with various horse-related facilities, including one of the largest indoor riding grounds in Japan and an arena that was used for equestrian events during the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. There are stables to accommodate about 100 horses, including thoroughbreds. Sundays are often great for kids, as regular 'Meet the Horses' events are held. The Japanese garden with its calabash-shaped pond and square lawn (which is perfect for picnics) is hugely popular with holidaying families.


2-1-1 Kamiyoga, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo

Transport A 15-minute walk from Sakura-Shinmachi Station (Tokyu Denentoshi line); A 20-minute walk from Kyodo Station (Odakyu line)

Telephone 03 3429 5101

Open Open daily 9am-5pm in March-October, daily 9am-4pm in November-February

Admission Free


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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