Toyama Park

Museums & Attractions, Around Town


This city park is divided into two separate areas, namely the western Okubo section and the eastern Mount Hakone part. The former is smaller and livelier, hosting the Shinjuku Sports Center and a park information centre, as well as functioning as a hang-out spot for students from nearby universities. The Hakone side is more quiet and features spacious grounds for sports like baseball and football, of course in addition to Hakone-san itself, the tallest mountain inside the Yamanote Line loop. The 44.6m hill is especially popular in spring, when cherry blossoms colour the park pink and white.


Toyama 2-3 & Okubo 3, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Transport Nishi-Waseda Station (Fukutoshin line); Wakamatsu-Kawada Station (Oedo line); Waseda Station (Tozai line); Shin-Okubo Station (Yamanote line)

Telephone 03 3200 1702


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

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