Mito City Forest Park

Central Ibaraki

Parks/Nature

Mito City Forest Park was established in 1968 to commemorate 100 years since the Meiji Restoration (marking the end of the feudal era in Japan).
There are around 10,000 trees in the park, and locals hold a tree-planting event each year.
Take a stroll through the park, and you may glimpse something mysterious through the trees. The park is also home to giant replica dinosaurs!

Information

Address
588-1 Abokkecho, Mito City
Access
By car: 10-minute drive from the Mito IC exit on the Joban Expressway
Business Hours
Business Hours
April to September: 6:00-19:00
October to March: 8:30-17:15
Park open year-round.
Park facilities are closed Mondays (open Monday and closed Tuesday if Monday is a national holiday) and over the New Year's holidays.
Website
http://www.mito-shinrinkoen.com/
Contact
TEL:029-252-7500
Parking
Free

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