Inokashira Park opened to the public in 1917 and is today one of Tokyo’s most spacious parks. It contains a large pond, a plum garden, and a wooded area filled with hornbeam and oak trees. The park is also a well-known spot for viewing the cherry blossoms.
A 5-minute walk from Kichijoji Station (Park Exit)
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Large botanical garden opened in 1962. The grounds includes greenhouse with plants native to the island, a view point, and woodland. The Hachijo Visitor Center is also located in the grounds and is a good place to start to get maps and plan what you’re going to see (you an also see the glowing mushrooms native to the island!).