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Updated: September 22, 2022
Established in 1873, Shiba Park is one of the oldest parks in Japan. It's home to large camphor, zelkova, and ginkgo trees, as well as the man-made Autumn Leaf Valley (Momiji-dani), and Shiba Maruyama—one of the largest ancient keyhole-shaped tombs in the country. You can also visit Shiba Tosho-gu Shrine and nearby Tokyo Tower—technically not in the park—providing you with an interesting contrast of the traditional and modern.
The park is particularly beautiful during the cherry blossom and autumn seasons, when Momiji-dani comes alive with vivid gold and red leaves.
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