Hanegi Park in Setagaya Ward park is famous for its beautiful plum blossoms. The entire park is located on a small hill, and the plum grove, which spreads mainly on the southern slope, is planted with more than 60 varieties of plum trees, about 650 trees in all.

Hanegi Park
Hanegi Park

The beautiful blossoms bloom during the February season, when the ume trees are at their best, and the Setagaya Ume Festival is held around that time.

Seishindo (Japanese-style room) and Nichigetsuan (tea ceremony room) are set up so that people of all ages, from families to the elderly, can enjoy the elegant atmosphere centering on the plum blossoms.

Hanegi Park
Hanegi Park

In addition to plum blossoms, many cherry trees are planted in the park, and during the season, you can see cherry blossoms that are as beautiful as plum blossoms.

In addition to sports facilities such as baseball fields and tennis courts, there is also a “play park” in Setagaya Park, where you can play freely without prohibitions, which is a valuable experience that is difficult to find elsewhere.

Nearby are Bajikouen and Kinuta Park, where you can enjoy nature in the same ward.

Hanegi Park
Hanegi Park
Hanegi Park
Hanegi Park
Hanegi Park
Hanegi Park
Park Name Hanegi Park
Park Address 4-38-52 Daita, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
Playground equipment Slide, spring playground equipment, fluffy dome, maze playground, handmade playground equipment
Facilities and equipment Tennis court, baseball field
Slide (double) Jungle gym Spring playground equipment (airplane)
Maze playground Children’s playground equipment Slides
Play park (tree slider) Fluffy Dome Health playground equipment
Play Park (Playground Equipment No.1) Play Park (Playground Equipment No.2) Play Park (Playground Equipment No. 3)
Tennis court Baseball field Small animals
Plum trees in Hanegi Park Parking lot Guide Map of the Park

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