This 1964 Olympic legacy venue hosted the Equestrian competitions at the Tokyo 1964 Games. The park currently serves as a main centre for the promotion of horse riding and equestrian competitions
Olympic Equestrian (Dressage, Eventing, Jumping): 9,300
Paralympic Equestrian: 9,300
Events at Venue
Approx. 15 minute walk from Sakura-shimmachi Sta. on the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line
Approx. 20 minute walk from Kyodo Sta. on the Odakyu Line
Approx. 3 minute walk from Nodai-mae on Tokyu Bus Shibu 23 and Shibu 24 from Shibuya Sta.
Approx. 3 minute walk from Nodai-mae on Odakyu Bus Shibu 24 and Shibu 26 from Shibuya Sta.
Approx. 3 minute walk from Nodai-mae on Tokyu Bus En 02 and Yo 01 from Yoga Sta.
Approx. 3 minute walk from Nodai-mae on Tokyu Bus To 11 from Chitose-funabashi Sta.
Please use public transport.
Access during the Games
Walking distance from Odakyu Odawara Line "Keido Station" or "Chitose-funabashi Station"
Shuttle bus service or walking distance from Tokyu Denentoshi Line "Yoga Station"
Walking distance from Tokyu Denentoshi Line "Sakurashinmachi Station"
Walking distance from Tokyu Setagaya Line "Kamimachi Station"
Shuttle bus service from Odakyu Odawara Line "Seijyo Gakuenmae Station" (leaving the venue in the night time)
Please use public transportation to access the venue.
Stations may be added or changed.
Accessible routes would be available at Yoga Station or Seijyo Gakuenmae Station (leaving the venue in the night time)
- Because more than the ordinary number of passengers may be using public transportation during the Games, it may take longer than the required time that is provided on the Internet. It may also take longer to walk from the station to the venue, so we suggest that you give yourself ample time.
- Please note that during the Games, you may be instructed to use a route that is different from the ordinary route used to access the venue.