The land was organized into a park in 1737 by 8th Tokugawa Shogun Yoshimune with the planting of 1,200 Yamazakura, and the park since then has been one of the most popular places for blossom viewing in Tokyo. Currently, about 500 cherry trees in approximately 20 kinds
Someiyoshino and Satozakura blossom in this 27-meter-high hilly park.
The park contains a noh stage, a play set, a rideable locomotive, museums etc.
enabling a wide range of generation to enjoy the park. Drinking parties are permitted as long as there is no use of fire.
[Location] Asukayama Park
1-1-3 Oji, Kita-ku, Tokyo
[Access] 3-min-walk from JR Oji Station: JR Keihin-Tohoku Line
5-min-walk from Tokyo Metro Oji Station: Tokyo Metro Namboku Line