Yoyogi Park (known as Yoyogi Kōen) is one of the biggest town parks in Tokyo with broad lawns, lakes and wooded regions. It's a wonderful location to practice jogging, picnics and other outdoor activities.
Yoyogi Park is a 5-minute walk from the JR Yamanote Line at Harajuku Station. It is situated near the shrine of Meiji.Before becoming a town park in 1967, the region where Yoyogi Park is situated served as the Olympic Village location for the Tokyo Olympics in 1964, and before that as a housing region for U.S. military staff.
While Yoyogi Park has comparatively few cherry trees relative to other Tokyo locations, it makes spring viewing place a beautiful cherry blossom. It is also renowned for its ginko tree woods, which in Autumn becomes highly golden.
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