After the Meiji Restoration, various military facilities were constructed in Kitanomaru Garden. After the Pacific War, the remnants of the military facilitites were turned into a garden, and in 1969 it started functioning as a public park.
Popular for strolls and nature observation, the garden includes the Budokan (a martial arts hall), the Science and Technology Museum, and the National Museum of Modern Arts.
- address1-1 Kitanomaru Garden Chiyoda-ku
- access5 minute's walk from Exit 2 of Kudanshita Station
5 minute's walk from Exit 1b of Takebashi Station
(Ministry of the Environment Kokyo-gaien Management Office Kitanomaru Branch Office)
|Parking||[First Parking Lot] 143 standard cars (including 3 for disabled)
[Second Parking Lot] 103 standard cars (including 3 for disables)
[Third Parking Lot] 260 standard cars, can accommodate large vehicles (until 5 p.m.)
*The hours may be changed in certain circumstances
■ Hours 8:20 a.m. to 10 p.m. (closed on January 1)
■ Fee (for cleaning etc.)
・Standard cars up to 3 hours - 400 yen, 100 yen for every additional hour.
・Large vehicles up to 3 hours - 2000 yen, 400 yen for every additional hour.
|Homepage||Kitanomaru Garden's Website
Kitanomaru Parking Lot's Website