Announcement of Jindai Botanical Garden “New Year’s opening and New Year’s event” | NEWSCAST

2022
December 29th (Thursday) to 31st (Saturday) Closed at the end of the year

2023
January 1 (Sunday/holiday) New Year holidays
January 2nd (Mon/holiday), 3rd (Tue) New Year’s opening
Normal opening from January 4 (Wednesday)

winter peony

Ume' White Namba

Ume’ White Namba

The Jindai Botanical Garden will open on January 2nd, and will hold a “New Year Concert” and plant exhibitions unique to the New Year. In addition, the azalea pond is decorated with snow hangings, and you can enjoy the tasteful scenery.
Please drop in at the winter botanical garden when you visit the New Year or go out.

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1. New Year concert

■ Date and time
January 2nd (month・celebration)・3rd (fire)
11:00 and 14:00 each day (about 30 minutes each time)
■Place
Lawn open space (planned)
■ Contents
We will hold a concert to celebrate the New Year. Details will be announced on the park’s official website “Let’s go to Jindai Botanical Gardens!” (https://www.tokyo-park.or.jp/jindai/) as soon as they are decided.
■Participation fee
Free (entrance fee not included)

New Year concert (past)

New Year concert (past)

New Year concert (past)

New Year concert (past)

2. New Year Plant Exhibition & Elementary School Painting Exhibition

■ Date and time
January 2nd (month and celebration) to 9th (month and celebration)
9:30-16:30
■Place
Botanical Hall 1st floor exhibition room
■ Contents
We will exhibit plants unique to the New Year, such as the seven spring herbs, bamboo, plum, senryo, and manryo.
In addition, we will exhibit sketches of the Jindai Botanical Gardens by elementary school students.

Treasure ship (past state)

Treasure ship (past state)

3. Matsuba Exhibition

■ Date and time
January 17 (Tue)-22 (Sun)
9:30-16:30
■Place
Botanical Hall 1st floor exhibition room
■ Contents
Pine needle orchid, a rare fern plant. Many traditional horticultural varieties that have continued since the Edo period will be on display.
■ Sponsorship
Japan Shoba Orchid Association

Shoba Orchid (provided by Japan Shoba Orchid Federation)

Shoba Orchid (provided by Japan Shoba Orchid Federation)

4. Early Spring Bonsai Exhibition

■ Date and time
January 24 (Tue) – January 29 (Sun)
9:30-16:30
■Place
Botanical Hall 1st floor exhibition room
■ Contents
We will exhibit bonsai unique to this season, such as pine and cypress and plum.
■ Sponsorship
Musashino Bonsai Fan Club

Early spring bonsai exhibition (past)

Early spring bonsai exhibition (past)

5. Ume and early spring plant exhibition

■ Date and time
January 31 (Tue) – February 5 (Sun)
9:30-16:30
■Place
Botanical Hall 1st floor exhibition room
■ Contents
We will exhibit plum blossoms, Edo horticultural plants, and early spring plants.
■ Sponsorship
Jindaiji Bonsai Lovers Association Hojukai

Plum and early spring plant exhibition (past)

Plum and early spring plant exhibition (past)

*In order to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection, the event may be canceled or the contents may be changed. Please check the Jindai Botanical Gardens website when visiting.

Park location map


2 Precautions and requests

・Please wear a mask when having a conversation nearby or in an indoor facility.
・Please wash and disinfect your hands frequently.
・Please refrain from coming to the park if you are not feeling well.

Jindai Botanical Garden

In the garden where vestiges of Musashino remain, you can enjoy the beauty of plants and flowers throughout the four seasons.
This park was originally a nursery for growing trees along the streets of Tokyo, but after the war it was opened to the public as Jindai Ryokuchi, and in 1961 it was renamed Jindai Botanical Park and opened as a botanical park.


[Normal opening hours]
9:30 – 17:00 (Last admission until 16:00)
*Open early in the morning only on the day after the flowering of the large konnyaku begins
8:30-17:00 (Last admission is 16:00)
[Normal closed days]
Every Monday (the next day if Monday is a holiday)
December 29th – January 1st
*The park will be temporarily opened on Monday, December 5.

【address】
Chofu City Jindaiji Motomachi 2/5
Jindaiji Kitamachi 1 and 2 chome
Jindaiji Minamicho 4-5 chome

【transportation】
・From the Keio Line
From Chofu Station, take the Odakyu Bus bound for Kichijoji Station or Mitaka Station and get off at Jindai Botanical Gardens.
Or take the Keio Bus bound for Jindaiji and get off at Jindai Botanical Gardens.
From Tsutsujigaoka Station on the Keio Line, take the Keio Bus bound for Jindaiji and get off at Jindai Botanical Gardens.

・From JR Chuo Line
From Mitaka Station or Kichijoji Station, take the Odakyu Bus bound for Chofu Station North Exit or Jindaiji and get off at Jindai Botanical Gardens.

【entrance fee】
General 500 yen
Over 65 years old 250 yen
Junior high school student 200 yen
* Free for elementary school students and younger and junior high school students living or attending school in Tokyo
*Admission to the Aquatic Botanical Garden and Plant Diversity Center is free.
*Please see the website for details such as passport fees.

[Contact]
Jindai Botanical Garden Service Center
5-31-10 Jindaiji Motomachi, Chofu 182-0017
Tel: 042-483-2300

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