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  • Yasuda Gardens

  • Parks & Nature ( Ryogoku )
  • This garden was a great little find. While it was really small, it was a beautiful little escape from the business of Tokyo. Another great aspect was that it was free. It takes only a few minutes t...
  • Mount Takao

  • Parks & Nature ( Hachioji )
  • I though Takao san would be a really nice change of pace from the very urban Tokyo. I had a lovely time but I never felt like I left the city. The hiking trails were quite small and it was extremely t...
  • Speak English
  • St.Mary's Cathedral

  • Churches-Catholic, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Waseda )
  • While I'm all about checking out churches and religious sites in other countries, this one was kinda over my head. I mean, I can appreciate the beauty and architectural ingenuity from the outside. B...
  • Ueno Koen

  • Parks & Nature ( Ueno )
  • Tokyo's most popular park, home to historic statues, shrines, museums, art galleries, a zoo, a lotus-filled pond, a large homeless population, and Tokyo's biggest cherry blossom festival.
  • Speak English
  • Tokyo Baptist Church

  • Churches-Baptist ( Daikanyama )
  • Solid, friendly, casual, international and family oriented church with programs throughout the week to meet almost every need. Pastor Dennis Folds sticks to Biblical truths which is a refreshing way ...
  • Kasai Rinkai Koen

  • Parks & Nature ( Kinshicho )
  • It's easy to forget that Japan is an island country if you're living in Tokyo. I've often heard it said that Tokyo harbor isn't exactly the body of water that you want to dip your toes in, anyway. How...
  • Rinko Park

  • Parks & Nature ( Yokohama )
  • This park is huge and right on the harbor. It contains plenty of walking paths, trees, grass, and flowers, along with a multitude of man-made lakes and pools (not for swimming). On a Wednesday afterno...
  • Shin Ogawa Park

  • Parks & Nature ( Iidabashi )
  • Some gardens can be referred to as parks, and some parks as gardens. The location called Shinogawa, however, can only be called a park. Located within a ten minute walk of Iidabashi Station, it is use...
  • Hamacho Park

  • Parks & Nature ( Ryogoku )
  • Hamacho Park is near Hamacho Metro Station, on the Shinjuku Line. It is along the water and near a bridge. The park is home to large sports facilities (grounds and building), a playground, and a small...
  • Yokoamicho Park

  • Parks & Nature ( Ryogoku )
  • This park is a short distance away from Ryogoku Station, Edo-Tokyo Museum, and the former Yasuda Garden. It is in memory of those who died in Tokyo aid raids and is dedicated in the pursuit of peace, ...
  • Otsuka Park

  • Parks & Nature ( Iidabashi )
  • Otsuka Park isn’t the traditional gorgeous Japanese garden where you think fairies are going to pop right out of the trees. It is beautiful, no doubt, but it also doubles as a community center. Th...
  • Gokokuji Park

  • Parks & Nature ( Waseda )
  • Gokokuji Park is located right outside of exit 2 of Gokokuji Station in (you guessed it!) Gokokuji. It has a few entrances, but this particular one features gods on the left and right of the entrance ...
  • Inokashira Park

  • Parks & Nature ( Kichijoji )
  • Inokashira Park, located in the lively Kichijoji neighborhood, is one of Tokyo's oldest parks. The southeast side features a forested area and sports complexes and is home to the Ghibli Museum. On the...
  • Todoroki Valley

  • Parks & Nature ( Futakotamagawa )
  • I thought Todoroki was a nice walk but it wasn’t what I expected. I somehow imagined a rugged valley where I’d be fighting my way through moss and fighting with loose branches. I did fight with mo...
  • Speak English
  • St.Ignatius Church

  • Churches-Catholic ( Yotsuya )
  • This is a nice church, conveniently located right outside of Yotsuya Station. They offer a lot of services in different languages on Sundays. Try to go during the week for a Japanese service; it's ve...
  • Kamonyama Koen

  • Parks & Nature ( Yokohama )
  • Lots of fun equipment for kids to play on. There is also a little pond with some turtles. Bring your mosquito repellent in the summer!
  • Speak English
  • Mita Library

  • Libraries ( Hamamatsucho )
  • If you live in Minato-Ku, you can go to the library and borrow some books, CDs and magazines. * Books, Magazines --> 10 * CDs --> 3 Titles * Videos --> 3 Titles * DVDs --> 1 Title ...
  • Shinjuku Chuo Koen

  • Parks & Nature ( Shinjuku )
  • Unfortunately, this park closes at 5 like most others in Japan. The grass is fuller in this park than I've seen elsewhere and the scenery is picture perfect. It makes a great place for a picnic, aside...
  • Ueno Onshi Park

  • Parks & Nature ( Ueno )
  • This park is decent, but not great. There is however, a giant lotus pond surrounding an octagonal building on a causway. From this park, you can see one of the most intriguing examples of modern arc...
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