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Reviewed April 22, 2017 via mobile

I love how Japanese give flexibility to their people to utilize public spaces - the park has a lot of wonderful performances for both adults and kids, loads of senior citizens or young artisans selling their handicrafts and sharing things they are passionate about in the park, let alone the stunning scenery and tranquility of the park. I go to Tokyo once in a while and Tennoji park is a must-visit spot for me. I highly recommend this park. A lovely retreat in a busy city like Tokyo!

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank Sherenku
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Reviewed April 15, 2017 via mobile

After reaching Kichijoji by train you get out of the railway station and turn right. You can either get some skewers packed at the iconic Iseya Sohonten and enter the park via a side entrance or go down the street with shops and cafe and descend on to the park via a number of steps. We took the former route and saw a simple but nice shrine by the lake. You can then walk by the lake and you will see washrooms, shops selling food and drinks. There are good spots to sit and eat your skewers. We were there during the peak cherry blossom season and the park was packed with picnickers below the trees.The cherry blossoms on both sides of the lake are quite a sight specially from the bridge. You can also rent a paddle boat in the shape of the swan. But during spring and because of the cherry blossoms there is an never ending queue to rent a boat. You can take a round of the lake or walk ahead to the metro. Because of the cherry blossoms the park looked majestic around the lake. However at other times the park may not be worth a long train ride from Shinjuku .But do not complain as the entrance is free.

Date of experience: March 2017
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Reviewed April 10, 2017 via mobile

The most pleasant things in life are usually free. A walk done by the river in Inokashira Park with my family throws up the most beautiful part of my 2 weeks vacation in Japan.
You can see why the locals lay out their mats to 'chope' their choice location before the crowds come.
Besides the beautiful sakuras, you get to chance upon the odd Comoran and pelican gracing the river front and marshlands.

Date of experience: March 2017
Thank Andrew K
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Reviewed March 27, 2017 via mobile

This peaceful park is really lovely...flowering trees (we were sadly, too early for the full display of cherry blossoms),a lake where you can rent pedal boats,a bamboo stand and nice paths...lots of food stands,so you can have delicious food cooked fresh. Attached to the park is a small zoo,which was quite good. The animals' enclosures were roomy and very clean. Plus....Guinea pig petting!
It's a beautiful spot-you don't even hear traffic - so it is a great break from the hustle of Mitake.

Date of experience: March 2017
Thank jaylee23
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Reviewed March 26, 2017

This is a large park; however there is adequate signage in English to navigate. We walked through the park to make our way from Ghilbi Museum to Kichijoji stattion.

Date of experience: February 2017
Thank HawaiiAndi
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