Hibiya Park contains expertly maintained trees, grass lawns and flower beds. It is an easy walking distance to the Imperial Palace and Ginza and can be combined with numerous other nearby attractions in Tokyo.
Hibiya Park has a long and rich history: It was originally a feudal ground during the Edo period and then a military parade square for much of the Meiji era. It was then transformed into Japan's earliest Western-inspired modern park in 1903. Today, there are thousands of trees, including a gingko tree that is said to be around 500 years old.
The centre of the park has a fountain inspired by a crane, the nationally recognized, popular bird that brings good luck. Visitors and tourists will enjoy the seasonal events including an Oktoberfest carnival and Christmas market, and regular music performances held at the different halls within park grounds.
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