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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Nestled in the shadows of Shinjuku's most iconic landmarks such as the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and the Park Hyatt is Shinjuku Chuo Park, created in 1968. Its lush green grounds beckon office workers to eat lunch al fresco while visitors to Tokyo will enjoy a scenic stroll through the park's Citizen's Forest.
On the grounds of Shinjuku Chuo Park are athletic areas, a wading pool, and a playground. However, the park's main attraction is no doubt its abundant greenery that reflects the changes in Japan's seasons.
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