This park is the second largest park in the Tokyo metropolitan area just next to Kasai Rinkai Park and was opened in 1954. It features a number of attractions including its spacious grass area, surrounding forests, cherry trees, children’s playgrounds, an archery, a steam locomotive display (C57 model) and 16 tennis courts. The park used to be Koganei great greenery park which was designed and created as a commemorative project for the 2600th year of National Foundation celebrated in 1940. In postwar years, it was used as a temporary palace for the Crown Prince. Must to see here is cherry blossoms in spring season. They have nearly 2,000 cherry trees in the garden which invite many people from all over Tokyo.
How to get there:
In front of [Koganei Koen Nishiguchi Bus stop] on Seibu Bus departing from [Musashi Koganei Sta.] of JR Chuo Line,In front of [Koganei Koen Mae Bus stop] on Kanto Bus departing from [Musashi Koganei Sta.] of JR Chuo Line,
Parking facilities available