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Park in shinjuku centre

A truly impressive sight to see the whole park in shinjuku center and stop having to listen to the sounds of cars and people and to be able to immerse yourself in the peace of a garden with ponds and carp. This place is highly recommended for anyone who wants to lose themselves a little and find that peace for a while at least ....
Cristian villegas vazquez
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The border between the two districts ...

The border between the two districts most chaotic and moved to Tokyo (Shinjuku and Shibuya) is this immense garden with attention to every detail. You can really define "the lungs of the city", in addition to giving a green corner in the midst of so much concrete, you can reveal a place of relaxation and that every day is used by many Japanese as a moment of escape from everyday life. E 'divided into several areas including "French style garden", "English garden" and "traditional Japanese garden," I think the more characteristic with the pine trees left to grow with more spontaneous forms and tea house that is the setting for small pond inhabited by nice carp. The walk is facilitated by paths that unravel throughout the area, but that may be abandoned at any time for a closer look at the various plants and various trees (except in a few cases where it is indicated by appropriate signs). Of course, the best time to visit is in spring that gives a splendid flowering of cherry trees, but also the autumn colors throughout the grounds of various shades of yellow and red. The entrance is free of charge but is only 200yen (depending on the current exchange rate, but less than 2 €). The website is in English but is very clear: Shows the number of access points, opening hours, the number of events and a small map (which you can also find the entrance to the garden itself) that will definitely help you in discovering the park . In Tokyo there are several parks within a larger, but surely this is what struck me most to the feeling of tranquility and peace that can give and that's what I never fail to visit as soon as I have time.

Al confine tra i due quartieri più caotici e movimentati di Tokyo (Shinjuku e Shibuya) si trova questo immenso giardino curato in ogni minimo dettaglio.
Si può definire veramente "il polmone della città" che, oltre a regalare un angolo di verde in mezzo a tanto cemento, si può rivelare un luogo di puro relax e che ogni giorno viene usato da molti giapponesi come momento di evasione dalla vita quotidiana.
E' diviso in diverse aree tra cui "girdino francese", "giardino inglese" e "giardino tradizionale giapponese", secondo me il più caratteristico con i pini lasciati crescere con le forme più spontanee e la casa del tè che fa da cornice al piccolo laghetto abitato da simpatiche carpe.
La passeggiata è facilitata da sentieri che si districano per tutta l'area ma che in qualsiasi momento possono essere abbandonati per vedere più da vicino le varie piante e i vari alberi (tranne in pochi casi dove è segnalato da appositi cartelli).
Naturalmente il periodo migliore per visitarlo è la primavera che regala una splendida fioritura di ciliegi ,ma anche l'autunno che colora tutto il parco di svariate tonalita di giallo e rosso.
L'ingresso è a pagamento ma è di soli 200yen (dipende dal cambio del momento, ma comunque meno di 2€).
Il sito internet è in inglese ma è molto chiaro: Mostra i vari punti di accesso, gli orari di apertura, i vari eventi e una piccola cartina (che potete trovare anche all'ingresso del giardino stesso) che vi aiuterà sicuramente nella scoperta del parco.
A Tokyo ci sono diversi parchi più o meno grandi, ma sicuramente questo è quello che mi ha colpito di più per la sensazione di tranquillità e pace che sa regalare ed è quello che non manco mai di visitare appena ne ho occasione.
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Shinjuku gyoen

In the Shinjuku district, amid a great tangle of skyscrapers, traffic and busy people, we find the haven of peace which are the gardens of Shinjuku Gyoen. Definitely the best contrast, nature and tradition alongside the urban jungle. The garden is divided into three parts: French garden, English and Japanese. Personally, Japanese garden area as well as being the largest, is also the most interesting, while the French garden is the less flashy (always in comparison, since it is still very nice). Moreover, English is the area where we can more easily see the contrast mentioned earlier, since it has wide open spaces, from which we can see the surrounding buildings and even on days when the sky is clear, you can see also the Tokyo Tower. The area has a Japanese garden pond filled with water lilies and rest pavilions scattered strategically, so you can stop to take a break and admire the scenery. And although I did not see, from 1 to 15 November presented the National Exhibition of Chrysanthemums, whose flower is the symbol of the Japanese Imperial Family. The park also has a couple of tea houses, an art gallery, a former secondary residence of the Imperial family, several restaurants ...

Shinjuku gyoen

En el distrito de Shinjuku, en medio de una gran maraña de rascacielos, tráfico y gente ocupada, nos encontramos con el remanso de paz que son los jardines del Shinjuku Gyoen. Sin duda el mejor contraste, naturaleza y tradición al lado de la jungla urbana.
El jardín está dividido en tres partes: jardín francés, inglés y japonés. Personalmente, la zona del jardín japonés, además de ser la más extensa, es también la mas interesante, mientras que la del jardín francés es la menos llamativa (siempre en términos comparativos, puesto que sigue siendo muy bonita). Por otro lado, la zona inglesa es donde podemos observar con más facilidad el contraste que mencionaba antes, puesto que dispone de grandes espacios abiertos, desde los que podemos ver los edificios de los alrededores e incluso en días que el cielo esté despejado, se puede ver también la Torre de Tokyo.
La zona de jardín japonés cuenta con unos estanques repletos de nenúfares y pabellones de descanso diseminados estratégicamente, para que puedas parar a descansar un rato y contemplar el paisaje. Y, aunque yo no lo vi, del 1 al 15 de noviembre presentan la Exposición Nacional de Crisantemos, cuya flor es el símbolo de la familia Imperial de Japón.
El parque también posee un par de casas de té, una galería de arte, una antigua residencia secundaria de la familia Imperial, varios restaurantes...
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Green oasis

As in other areas of Tokyo (Harajuku, for example), it is surprising to find a huge, well-kept park and century-old trees between the skyscrapers. Shinjuku gyoen is a green oasis where every detail is taken care of and where many Tokyoites love to spend time despite a fee (200 yen, open until 16.30). Easy to see why the park is really great and wonderful. My favorite part is the Japanese-style garden. And 'one of the best places to see the cherry blossoms in spring and summer is as hot as the rest of the city. There are so many great, noisy crows as in the other parks in Tokyo.

Oasi di verde

Come in altre aree di Tokyo (Harajuku, per esempio), è sorprendente trovare un enorme, curatissimo parco e alberi centenari fra i grattacieli. Shinjuku gyoen è un'oasi verde dove ogni dettaglio è curato e dove molti abitanti di Tokyo amano passare del tempo nonostante sia a pagamento (200 yen, aperto fino alle 16.30). Facile capire perché, il parco è davvero grande e meraviglioso. La mia parte preferita è il giardino in stile giapponese. E' uno dei posti migliori dove vedere la fioritura dei ciliegi in primavera mentre d'estate è bollente come il resto della città. Ci sono tantissimi grandi, rumorosi corvi come negli altri parchi di Tokyo.
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To relax and breathe

It's worth a little lost walking through this vast park, a forest within the city. This corner of the pond is especially nice, a gentleman who was passing by my camera down just when I suggested that I take a photo from here. The park has hours and admission charges, but it is very expensive.

Para relajarse y respirar

Merece la pena perderse un rato paseando por este extenso parque, un bosque dentro de la ciudad.
Este rincón del estanque es especialmente bonito, un señor que pasaba por allí justo cuando bajaba mi cámara me sugirió que tomara una foto desde aquí.
El parque tiene un horario y cobra entrada, pero no es muy cara.
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Park to walk and relax

Concourses huge lawn where people were going to spend the day playing with the kids and eat. This park is ideal for walking and resting. Yes, you have to pay to get in but not much, about 200 yen.

Parque para pasear y descansar

Explanadas enormes de césped donde la gente iban a pasar el día, jugar con los niños y comer. Este parque es ideal para pasear y descansar. Eso sí, hay que pagar para entrar aunque no mucho, unos 200 yen.
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The park shinjuku gyoen is a large ex...

The park Shinjuku Gyoen is a large expanse of green with different styles of gardens: French, Japanese, English, etc.. It also has a huge greenhouse that houses pinate and species really interesting. It is located in the heart of the city, so from there you can see some skyscrapers, like the tower of NTT. Fascinating at any time of year, is even more spectacular when the cherry trees and momiji (Japanese maple) are in bloom.

Il parco Shinjuku Gyoen è una grande estensione di verde con diversi stili di giardini: francese, giapponese, inglese etc. Ha anche un'enorme serra che ospita pinate e specie davvero interessanti. Si trova nel pieno centro della città, per cui da lì si possono vedere alcuni grattacieli, come la torre di NTT. Affascinante in qualsiasi epoca dell'anno, è ancora più spettacolare quando i ciliegi e i momiji (acero giapponese) sono in fiore.
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In my opinion there is no other place...

In my opinion there is no other place in the world. In this city you can even walk around with green hair, without anyone bat an eye, because the city is so stylish and modern that everything is allowed. I will certainly again to return to Shinjuku, if I can afford it.

Meiner Meinung nach gibt es keinen vergleichbaren Ort auf der Welt. In dieser Stadt kann man selbst mit grünen Haaren herumlaufen, ohne dass jemand mit der Wimper zuckt, denn die Stadt ist so stylish und modern, dass alles erlaubt ist. Ich werde sicher noch mal nach Shinjuku zurückkehren, wenn ich es mir leisten kann.
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Information about Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Phone Number
+81 3-3350-0151
+81 3-3350-0151
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Address
11 Naito-cho, Shinjuku-ku
11 Naito-cho, Shinjuku-ku
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