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Jindai Botanical Gardens, Chofu

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Immerse yourself in an oasis of greenery at Jindai Botanical Gardens, which boasts roughly 4,500 varieties across its 100,000 trees and shrubs, each of them carefully labeled. Its 30 sections display a wide variety of a single species; across 425,433 sq m (105.5 ac), you'll find peonies, plums, cherries, dogwood, azalea, and wisteria year-round, with sensitive species protected in the large greenhouse. A serene wetland annex also offers the chance to admire irises and pan-shaped water lilies. The park, which sits 45 minutes by car from Tokyo, has a café, an ice cream stall, a noodle shop, and offers plants for sale at the entrance gate. Jindai Botanical Gardens is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , online itinerary creator Edition.
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  • This is a nice and interesting garden with a great variety of landscapes, vegetation, and impressions. The greenhouse is providing a lot of interesting rare plants. Highly recommended!  more »
  • I bicycle to Jindai Botanical Park often as it is only about 45 minutes from my home in Suginami Tokyo. Great gardens and it includes a very nice hot-house. Throughout the year it has special...  more »
  • It's an amazing place to spend a whole day just among the various kinds of roses and other flowers. Don't forget to visit the Botanical Hall that houses some very delicate looking plants and flowers. There are stalls inside the Roses area but you would get a better variety visiting the full stalls near the Jindaiji Temple right outside the Gardens. There are enough rest rooms inside the garden and 2-3 cafes as well.
  • Nice park. Best time to go there during spring. We went there for free during the Golden Week(Green day). I think the downside is that it’s a bit far from the train station. You have to take a bus.
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