Jindai Botanical Garden

The only botanical park in Tokyo where you can enjoy the beauty of plants and flowers throughout the four seasons.
In the park where vestiges of Musashino still remain, about 4,800 kinds and 100,000 plants are currently planted.
The garden is divided into 30 blocks for each type of plant,
including a rose garden, azalea garden, plum garden, and hagi garden.

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Jindai Botanical 

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Jindai Botanical Garden is a botanical garden where you can enjoy flowers and greenery throughout the four seasons in a garden that retains the atmosphere of Musashino. We also hold exhibitions and events throughout the year, such as the Sakura Exhibition and the Chrysanthemum Festival.
There are also plants that cannot be seen anywhere else, such as the raw tree of the cherry tree "Jindai Akebono" found in our garden and the rose variety "Queen of Jindai". Please come by all means.
Jindai Botanical Garden Director 
Teruki Matsui

Recommended Point

Jindai Botanical Garden where you can enjoy the appearance and beauty of seasonal plants.
Other recommended attractions and points will be introduced.
Rose festival
"Rose Festa" is held in May and October.
The roses in full bloom all over the place are a masterpiece! Enjoy the mellow scent of 5,200 roses of about 400 varieties.
Cherry blossom festival
From the early-blooming Daikanzakura to the late-blooming Satozakura, you can see about 750 cherry blossoms of about 60 varieties. The "Sakura Festival" is held during the flowering period. The weeping cherry tree tunnel is worth seeing!
Plum festival
At "Umeen", you can appreciate many varieties that have been handed down since the Edo period. The "Plum Festival" will be held from early February to early March, when the flowers are in full bloom.
Autumn leaves
From around November, the bald cypresses and metasequoias around the pond are in full bloom, and from the end of November to the beginning of December, the autumn leaves of the maple garden are at their best.

Access Map

Business hours
9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
※Last admission to the main garden is 4:00 p.m. ※Aquatic Botanical Garden closes at 4:30pm
※Free admission days: Greenery Day (May 4th), Citizens Day (October 1st)
Adults 500 yen (groups: 400 yen) Over 65 years old 250 yen (groups: 200 yen) Junior high school students 200 yen (groups: 160 yen)
※Free for junior high school students living or attending school in Tokyo
Free for elementary school students and younger
From Chofu Station on the Keio Line, take the Odakyu Bus bound for Kichijoji Station or Mitaka Station and get off at Jindai Botanical Park
Alternatively, take the Keio Bus bound for Jindaiji and get off at Jindai Botanical Gardens.
From the north exit of Tsutsujigaoka Station, take the Keio Bus bound for Jindaiji and get off at Jindai Botanical Gardens.
From Mitaka Station or Kichijoji Station on the JR Chuo Line, take the Odakyu Bus bound for Chofu Station North Exit or Jindaiji and get off at Jindai Botanical Gardens.
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