Fujimori Park in Hachioji City, is the oldest park in the city of Tokyo, having opened in 1896.

The park has about 500 cherry trees planted in the park, and you can see beautiful cherry blossoms with a sense of nostalgia that is unique to a traditional park.

The many open-air stalls that line the park during the cherry blossom season also add to the spectacle of the cherry blossom tunnels, making it a springtime tradition in Hachioji.

The rows of cherry trees next to the children’s playground square are also beautiful, and the wisteria trellises overlooking the baseball field are one of the best places to enjoy different kinds of beautiful flowers, such as cherry blossoms and wisteria.

The park also has many sports facilities such as a new futsal court, track and field, baseball field, and gymnasium, and is a place for citizens to relax and enjoy many events such as cherry blossom viewing, fireworks, and flea markets.

In the vicinity, there are many sightseeing spots in Hachioji, such as “Kai-Kai-Tei,” a restaurant in a former guest house, and the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum.

Park Name Fujimori Park (Fujimori Kouen)
Park Address 2-2 Daimachi, Hachioji City, Tokyo
Access (by train)
  • Keio Takao Line Yamada Station about 1.1 km
  • Nishi-Hachioji Station, JR Chuo Main Line About 1.3 km *Bus (Keio Dentetsu Bus) is available.
  • JR Chuo Main Line/Yokohama Line/Hachiko Line Hachioji Station About 1.8 km *Bus (Keio Dentetsu Bus) is available.
Access (by car)
  • Chuo Expressway Hachioji I.C. about 4.1 km
  • Metropolitan Chuo Expressway Mt. Takao I.C. about 7.8 km
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