Rinshinomori Park is a metropolitan park located in Shimo-Meguro, Meguro-ku and Oyamadai, Shinagawa-ku. Originally used as a “forestry experiment station,” the park is full of trees and is said to be a forest belt spreading in the heart of the city.

There are many rare trees from Japan and abroad, including an endangered tree called the Hanagakashi, so there are many things to see and do. The “big camphor tree” on the lawn is the symbol tree of the park, and the overwhelming view is magnificent.

The park is long and narrow, measuring 700 m east to west and 250 m north to south, and covers an area of 12 hectares, making it a very vast place. It is a great place for hiking with the family to see the trees that are unique here, or for students to appreciate nature.

There are many shopping streets nearby, such as Togoshi Ginza, known as a long shopping street, and Meguro, so shopping is also unexpectedly fun here.

Park Name 林試の森公園

(Rinshi no mori park)

Park Address 2-6-11 Oyamadai, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Playground equipment Athletic playground equipment, combination playground equipment, slide, seesaw, spring playground equipment
Facilities Water playground, day campground
Athletic playground equipment (wooden jungle gym) Athletic playground equipment (ropeway) Athletic equipment (wall climbing)
Combination playground equipment Water playground (jabu-jabu pond) Day camp area
Encounter Plaza Park Management Office Map of the park

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