Hibiya Park


In front of the Imperial Hotel lies Hibiya Park, which was born as Japan’s first Western-style park built on the site of the Edo-era daimyo garden. Now a 40-acre metropolitan park, it is a place of relaxation for Tokyo residents and tourists alike.The park is full of greenery, and adorned with ginkgo trees and camphor trees that are over 100 years old. A walk around Kumogata Pond gives you a taste of the seasons, with its cherry blossoms and tulips in spring, and pansies and autumn leaves in fall and so on. After your walk, why not taste the quality cuisine at the long-established restaurants in the forest?