Overview of Shinjuku Central Park
Shinjuku Central Park boasts the largest area as a park of the district.
Stay closely with the towering high-rise building group, as an oasis in a big city
It is a lush park filled with many users.
On holidays, events such as flea markets were held in the plaza,
In the summer, many parents visit the jabjab pond.
Every season, visitors gather for flowers and small creatures inhabiting the garden. In case
In the place where the park was once a Yodobashi water purification plant, in 1960,
It was planned as part of the Shinjuku sub-central core construction project and opened as a municipal park in 1964.
In 1955, it was transferred from Tokyo to Shinjuku Ward, and after that, a large-scale renovation work was done several times,
It has reached the present.
Main facilities of Shinjuku Central Park
Shinjuku Shiraito Fall
Shinjuku Niagara Falls
Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Water Bureau Yodobashi Water Supply Station
Access to Shinjuku Central Park
When coming by train
About 10 minutes on foot from JR, Odakyu Line, Keio Line Shinjuku Station
About 5 minutes on foot from Nishi Shinjuku Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
0-minute walk from Toei Oedo Line Toei-mae Station
Coming by bus
Community bus “WE bus” 13th 3 minutes on foot from Tokyo Government building
About parking lot
There is no parking lot / parking lot in the park. Please use nearby parking lot and parking space.
Open all the time. Free admission.
Shinjuku Central Park reviews
I went on a continuous holiday in May. There seems to be a place where small children can chapchap in the summer. Anyway it is a wide facility. The play equipment is only fun. It is a valuable park where you can play for free in the city, can do a forest bath.
I got bored in the neighborhood park and I went there. Although I went by baby stroller, it was easy to go near from the prefectural government agency station. Since it is divided from the playground for exclusive use of plants for viewing in a large park, it is necessary to go after confirming the direction firmly.
There was also a tricycle corner where you can play with sandballs, slides, swings, playground equipment to ride in, and free and easy entry. My 2 year old and 7 month older brother climbed up and also had a slide, but there was a dangerous place alone, there was also a note of “for the big child, keep an eye on me”.
There seemed to be Denny’s in the opposite direction to the playground, but since there was no food and drink dealer in the park, we recommend bringing in beforehand.