Showa Kinen Park 国営昭和記念公園

How to Get There

  • Nishi-tachikawa Sta. | Park Exit | 2 mins on foot
  • JR Ome Line
  • Tachikawa Sta. | North Exit | 15 mins on foot
  • JR Chuo Line | JR Ome Line | Nambu Line

Show more details

Sprawling flower fields, expansive exercise paths, paddleboats and more

Thirty minutes outside of central Tokyo is Showa Kinen Park, whose extensive grounds commemorate the late Showa-era Emperor Hirohito. While Tokyo is full of parks catering to a variety of tastes, from immaculate gardens to sporting grounds, Showa Kinen Park’s location in the suburbs of Tachikawa makes it a multi-purpose recreational playground for local adults and children alike. Attractions include abundant natural play areas for children, fields of flowers, long paths perfect for cycling, paddleboats, outdoor fitness groups, and nature photography classes.

Before functioning as a park, the grounds here were used as a Japanese Imperial military base, and subsequently a US military base during the American occupation after WWII. The park opened in 1983 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Emperor Hirohito’s reign.

Opening Hours

  • 9:30–17:00
  • Operates irregular/seasonal opening hours




Cash only

Discounts available for senior citizens, disabled visitors, groups

Show More Details

Facility Info

  • Restrooms | dining facilities | smoking area | parking | outdoor pool | WiFi
  • Disabled parking | automatic doors | wheelchair ramp | escalator | elevator | wheelchair accessible elevator | accessible restrooms | baby changing facilities | wheelchair loan | stroller loan | breast feeding room | accessible communication formats

Show More Details

Nearby Attractions

  • HOME
  • Showa Kinen Park