Ueno Park

Ueno Park was the first designated park in Japan. In the vast area, facilities such as museums, galleries, concert halls, a zoo and centers of culture and art are located. Beautiful cherry blossoms in the park attract a large number of tourists from home and abroad in spring. Accessibility from nearby stations is well and pathways in the park are mostly flat. Restrooms with wheelchair access are located in most of the museums and galleries.

Address

5-20 Uenokoen, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Summary

EntranceEntrance facing the JR Park exit is convenient
InsideAlmost flat
ParkingParking space for people with disabilities available
AccessAlmost flat
Accessiblity
Guide dog permitted at most of the part
Restrooms with wheelchair access are located in the park
Available language
Map available:English
Inspection date
November, 2015
Nearest stationUeno:JR, Tokyo Metro(Ginza Line)
Keisei Ueno: Keisei
Elevator between platform and ticket gateUeno(JR, Ginza Line): Elevator available
Keisei Ueno(Keisei): Elevator available
Elevator between ticket gate and outsideUeno(JR, Ginza Line): Elevator available
Keisei Ueno(Keisei): Elevator available
Recommended route
From Ueno: JR Park exit
Edo-Tokyo Museum
Art/Culture
Edo-Tokyo Museum
Tokyo Skytree
Sightseeing
Tokyo Skytree