Jun/13, 2020 ~ Toshimaen Hydrangea Festival3.5
from 6/13 '20 to 6/30 '20
Toshimaen Amusement Park in Nerima Ward, Tokyo, will shut down at the end of August, 2020.
Approximately 10,000 hydrangeas in 150 different varieties bloom in Hydrangea Garden of Toshimaen every June. And this is the last chance to see beautiful hydrangeas in one of hydrangea's top spots in Tokyo. The hydrangea garden is separated into various themed sections including the Path of Mountain Hydrangeas where 80 varieties hydrangeas bloom, the Tunnel of Hydrangeas, the Hydrangea Slope, the Small Hill of Light Blue Hydrangeas, and more. Also, a small carnival train runs through the hydrangea garden, so you can enjoy viewing hydrangeas while riding an adorable mini-train!
In addition, there is a unique service at the entrance of the hydrangea garden―Rental Snail Service! Visitors can rent a snail to take photos of hydrangeas with a snail. (500 yen / 2hours)
Date : June 13, 2020 ~
Hours : 10：00～17：00
Admission : 1,000 yen / adults, 500 yen / children
Access : a 1-min walk from Toshimaen Station
PurposeSeasonal Flowers,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Toshimaen Sta. (about 500m) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.04 months ago
It’s a compact but fun place good for family outings, the haunted houses ain’t that scary though hahahahaha.
5.08 months ago
Very good park for children. A bit old but well maintained. For kids it doesn't matter,they are very happy to ride all the attractions which you can find there. I must say that the queues are not so long, maximum 15-20 mins on a weekend, and price wise very affordable. The location is very convenient,just a minute from the station, from Cinema and different restaurants. We will come here again.
4.06 months ago
It's fun and quite a good place to go for a regular amusement park. There's a train that goes straight to Toshimaen from Nerima sta. Lines aren't long. Not crowded either on a weekend.
3.011 months ago
I enjoyed my stay in the park, but I didn't feel it would be worth 1000 yen, if not for the jazz live performance, which is only held once a week in June. The park is big and offers a lot of attractions for a separate fee, but I came to see hydrangea garden, which was beautiful but not very large, had narrow pathways and was therefore a bit crowded. Still, I managed to take nice photos. I also liked the fact all hydrangea species were signed, and that the homepage gives information on the current state of blooming, even though only in Japanese. I was very surprised to find no themed souvenirs, there were only a couple of usual Tokyo sweets and Disney goods for children.
4.05 months ago
Good old fashioned amusement park, you will get a better deal on the afternoon entrance ticket with rides pass...than the all day ticket.