Worth a visit anytime of the year for a stroll or visit to one of the museums - Bruegel is coming soon. Be captivated by the magician buskers or just enjoy some greenery in the middle of Tokyo.
About Ueno Park
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There is so much to do in Ueno Park we visited twice during a week in Tokyo, and barely scratched the surface. A zoo (with pandas!), gorgeous temples, several museums (we only had time to visit one but there are enough to keep you occupied...More
I visited this park in early December, and it was pretty cold (10 degrees). it was very clean, beautiful and very colorful due to the trees during the winter.
The Park is famous for Cherry Blossom but its also great for people watching. It contains a series of museums ( worth visiting) zoo and some restaurants. People come and drift, sit with friends and slowly amble - its all very relaxing. It is all...More
We spent hours here. A beautiful lake, the Ueno Toshugo Shrine and park. When we visited a Kimono Convention and food and drink festival were underway so it was more lively and entertaining than other times might be. Lovely relaxing place to really enjoy the...More
We had an amazing visit to Ueno Park.... very conveniently located across from the JR Ueno train station it is a hub for museums, fountains, concerts, shrines and even a zoo. Located within the confines of the park is the National Museum of Western Art,...More
We went during winter so there wasn't much to see, but it was always nice and quiet. A good place to take a stroll, especially during autumn. We also came here during new year's eve and saw a few shrines. Not as crowded as we...More
I visited towards the end of Autumn so it was a cool and colorful walk. Lots of other museums here - historical, art, science, etc! And a zoo as well. I was only able to see Tokyo National Museum and I wish I had more...More