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  • Address: 4 Inokashira, Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan


Inokashira Park Tours

Located in the Kichijoji neighborhood of Tokho, Inokashira Park (more specifically the pond found within) was the first water source for Edo (now Tokyo) until a new water supply system was completed in 1898. The public park was established in 1917 and today is one of the city’s most popular and lively green spaces.

The long Inokashira Pond stretches east to west through the park, and tree-lined paths meander around it. Locals and visitors come to the park to picnic in the shade, rent paddle boats for a trip around the pond, feed the ducks or visit one of the park’s bigger attractions, a small zoo or the Ghibli Museum. On the weekends, local artists are often seen selling their wares while buskers perform for tips throughout the park. During spring, some 250 cherry trees surrounding the pond provide a stunning display of blossoms.

Practical Info

Cafes and restaurants are scattered throughout Inokashira Park, so there’s plenty to eat if you forget to pack a picnic lunch. 

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Tokyo Studio Ghibli Museum and Ghibli Film Appreciation Tour including Lunch, Tokyo, null

Tokyo Studio Ghibli Museum and Ghibli Film Appreciation Tour including Lunch

4.5 star rating: Recommended 234 Reviews

Have you seen a Ghibli movie and still remember some of the unique scenes in the story? This tour will take you to visit the popular Ghibli Museum . Ghibli ...  Read more

Location: Tokyo, Japan
Duration: 7 hours (approx.)

From USD $122.65

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