Sakuragaoka Park

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Situated in the Tama-kyuryo Natural Park, Sakuragaoka Park is formed by hills and valleys. It has a highly undulating landscape with great differences in elevation (of several dozen meters) due to it being situated in the hills. Groves of trees cover the park in forest, making it an ideal place for nature walks. At the center of the park is the Kyu-Tama Seiseki Memorial Hall, which showcases western-style architecture and was built in commemoration of a visit paid by Emperor Meiji. This hall is one of Tokyo’s most important scenic historical buildings, is managed by Tama City, and is designated as one of the city’s cultural properties.

Opened: June 1, 1984
Area: 339,322.38 m2
Main plants: Sawtooth oak, konara oak, cherry, maple, kousa dogwood, hydrangea, hiryu azalea, skullcap, spider lily

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Basic information

Address

3, 5 Renkoji

Tama-shi

Access

By bus:From Odakyu Nagayama Station on the Odakyu Tama Line / Nagayama Station on the Keio Sagamihara Line, take the Keio Bus for Seiseki-sakuragaoka Station or Hijirigaoka-danchi and get off at the Sakuragaoka-koen-nishiguchi stop (1 minute by foot)
From Seiseki-sakuragaoka Station on the Keio Line, take the Keio Bus for Nagayama Station and get off at the Sakuragaoka-koen-nishiguchi stop (1 minute by foot)

Parking

Available

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Facility information

Toilet facilities available |

Universal design

  • Multi-purpose toilet

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