≪Autumn Leaves Viewing Spot≫ Kitanomaru Park

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≪Famous Autumn Foliage Spots≫ Kitanomaru Park

© Chiyoda City Tourism Association

Colored foliage in various places in the park can be seen

The name Kitanomaru Park is derived from the fact that it was the site of the northern enceinte (kitanomaru), so-called because it was located to the north of the inner citadel (honmaru) of Edo Castle. The kitanomaru was opened to the public as a woodland park in 1969.

≪Famous Autumn Foliage Spots≫ Kitanomaru Park

Shimizumon Gate © Chiyoda City Tourism Association

The extensive lawns, the ponds, and the diverse array of flowers, shrubs and trees create scenery that belies the park’s location at the heart of the metropolis, and it is an ideal place for observing insects and wild birds. While historic sites and relics redolent of the time when this was Edo Castle can be found in many parts of the park, including the castle gates and moat, there are also modern cultural facilities, such as the Science Museum and the National Museum of Modern Art.

≪Famous Autumn Foliage Spots≫ Kitanomaru Park

Momiji-en (Maple Gardens) © Chiyoda City Tourism Association

“Momiji-en (Maple Gardens)” on the west side of the park is a popular spot where many kinds of Japanese maple leaves turn red and many people visit. You can also enjoy the sight that autumn leaves such as zelkova and gingko around the pond are reflected in the pond.

≪Autumn Foliage Spots≫ Kitanomaru Park

Lawn square over the pond © Chiyoda City Tourism Association

≪Autumn Foliage Spots≫ Kitanomaru Park

Nippon Budokan © Chiyoda City Tourism Association


Event Name ≪Autumn Leaves Viewing Spot≫ Kitanomaru Park
Venue Kitanomaru Park
Dates Around late November – Around early December *Average year
Note *It may be closed for state events.
Open Hours 24 hours open
*The street lights in the park will go out at around 22:00.
Admission Free
Address 1-1 Kitanomaru Park, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Contact 03-3211-7878

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