Hibiya Park

Hibiya Park

The Hibiya Park is a big city park located near Kasumigaseki and Yurakucho, and it has many facilities such as the Hibiya Public Hall, a library, both small and large open-air concert halls, tennis courts and restaurants. This park celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2003. It is famous for its beautiful lines of gingko trees when the entire are is dyed golden in the autumn. There are a few steps in the park and caution is required on the paths.


1-6 Hibiya Koen, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo


Entrance Almost flat or ramp installed
Inside Ramp installed on major pathways
Parking Parking space for people with disabilities available
Access Almost flat
For visually handicapped people, guide boards have Braille.
Available language
Nearest station Hibiya: Tokyo Metro (Chiyoda Line, Hibiya Line), Toei (Mita Line)
Kasumigaseki: Tokyo Metro (Chiyoda Line, Hibiya Line, Marunouchi Line)
Elevator between platform and ticket gate Hibiya: Elevator available
Kasumigaseki: Elevator available
Elevator between ticket gate and outside Hibiya: Elevator available
Kasumigaseki: Elevator available
Recommended route
From Hibiya, use elevator in Imperial Theatre and enter via Yuraku gate.
From Kasumigaseki, use exit A11b elevator.

Neighborhood facilities