There are so many big attracted trees at Rinshi no Mori park, and for good reason to stay for getting energy!
The park started life as the Meguro Experimental Nursery in 1900 (later the Forestry Research Station) before becoming a public park in the late ’80s. The park’s great crop of trees includes towering zelkova trees, poplars and camphor trees, as well as some unusual and foreign species. Here is a definitely quiet woodland oasis in the heart of Tokyo!
There is also a play area for very small children, a paddling pond and an adventure play area for older children. When you reach to the big pond and over the wooden bridge, you will completely forget here is still in central Tokyo.
There are so many green colors but depends on season, you will see different face of this park! You need enough relaxing time, between busy sightseeing. Please check it out!