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Updated: October 1, 2019

Hachikokuyama Park 八国山緑地

2, 3 Suwa-machi | 4 Tamako-cho, Higashimurayama City, Tokyo

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Be enchanted by the park which inspired scenes from Ghibli's My Neighbor Totoro

Enjoy a tranquil afternoon in Hachikokuyama Park, a wondrous patch of greenery that stretches along the border between Tokyo and Saitama. The pristine park's name in English literally translates to "Eight Country Mountain," as it was once possible to view eight surrounding provinces from the most elevated points of the park.

This park is the perfect place for a nature walk, as you can enjoy an array of flowers blooming year-round as you venture through the park's many paths, some of which lead to tranquil open areas which are perfect for a nice quiet picnic.

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  • Multi-purpose toilet

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