Wadakura Fountain Park

Attraction 皇居外苑管理事務所 〒100-0002 Tokyo, Chiyoda, Kokyogaien, 1−1 Published on: 13-11-2015

30 mins
03:00 PM
03:30 PM
Second-time visit
Parks & Aquarium
0.00 USD

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Wadakura Fountain Park forms a corner of the Imperial Outer Gardens at it was inaugurated as a public park in 1961 in honor of the Crown Prince’s, HRH Akihito, wedding

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Why Wadakura Fountain Park is special ?

Wadakura Fountain Park (part of Kokyogaien National Gardens) was built to commemorate the royal wedding of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko of Japan in 1961. The Fountain Park was then reconstructed, in 1995 with the postmodern theme of 'Continuity and New Development'. The reconstruction celebrated the wedding of the Crown Prince and Princess. Four canals connect the new fountain to the old fountain and symbolize the Royal Weddings of two generations.

What to explore at Wadakura Fountain Park?

It is noted that the fountains doesn't run all the time so it depends on how lucky you are to observe the fountain. Their patterns change every few minutes, making this an inviting place to just sit a while. Probably quite nice after dark, too. The moisture from the fountains gives a bit of coolness when you're downwind,

Selling points

  • Double rainbow in the beautiful park
  • Calm your mind for a break
  • For peaceful time
  • Water dancing show
  • The spectacular fountains
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皇居外苑管理事務所 〒100-0002 Tokyo, Chiyoda, Kokyogaien, 1−1

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Tips for you

  • Don't forget to bring camera.
    What to bring
  • The name Wadakura is a bit of a mystery, some scholars think that it is the name of a small village located on this spot in the late 16th century when plans were made to build the new city of Edo.
  • Keeps eyes on your kids when you visit around for it's really crowded at peak hours
  • You can bring your own food to have a small picnic.
    Things to do
  • English address: 3-1 Kokyogaien, Chiyoda 100-0002, Quận Tokyo
    English address


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Worth a visit if you are nearby. The fountains do run a display so hang about if they seem to be doing something. Also has places to sit and cafe but that was closed when I was there.

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