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Yoyogi Park Ponies (Yoyogi) – Feed, Brush, and Ride

Would your child like to meet a pony in Tokyo? Yoyogi Park Ponies (代々木ポニー公園)  is a fun little pony park in the middle of Tokyo. Depending on the time of the day you attend you can feed, brush, and ride the ponies for free. Kids, aged 4 – 11 (elementary) can enjoy about ten mins riding around on one of the adorable ponies. If your child is under four years, you can ride with them but only if you are petite (parent has to be under 60 kilos). The schedule changes depending on the day so please review the schedule before heading out (tan color shows riding time, red brushing time and pink feeding time). If you would like to feed the ponies, bring your own carrot.  Yoyogi park PoniesIt is best to visit in the afternoon since school groups get priority in the morning.

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We combined a visit to the ponies with a fun visit to the Bike Park in Yoyogi Park and playing in the Mud Park.  You can do all three activities for about 200 yen! A great day of adventure for a few yen!

Yoyogi Park Ponies Details
Address: 4-1 Yoyogi Kamizonocho, Shibuya, Tokyo (代々木神園町4-1) google map
Open Hours: 9:00 – 17:00 (Closed Monday and End of year holidays); detailed schedule here 動スケジュール(PDF 52KB)(updated April 2017)Yoyogi park Ponies (Note)Ponies are on vacation January & February and July, August – September due to weather.
Cost: Free for children 85 cm and over; 4 years old to elementary school student. Kids under 4 can ride with parents who are less than 60 kilos.
Access: 2 minute walk from JinguMae Station on the Odakyu Line, or 15 minute walk from Yoyogi Station on the Yamanote Line.
Website: https://www.city.shibuya.tokyo.jp/est/ponypark.html
Note: There is a bathroom and nursery room in the Pony office.

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Yoyogi Park Ponies (Yoyogi) – Feed, Brush, and Ride

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