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  • Hamarikyu Onshi Teien

  • Japanese Gardens ( Shimbashi )
  • As parks or gardens or what not goes, I understand why Hamarikyu is one of the best loved gardens in Tokyo. The space is gigantic, with five or so ponds scattered about, with multiple bridges, wisteri...
  • Shinjuku Gyoen Park

  • Japanese Gardens, Parks & Nature ( Yoyogi )
  • This park is so beautiful and the best part of it is the japanese garden area. Its so traditional and what you want to see when your on a holiday to japan! great place to take some pictures and have a...
  • Happo-en

  • Japanese Gardens ( Shirokane )
  • It's hard to improve on Susan's review of Happo-en - her description is excellent. This is a little niche of Tokyo that is convenient enough to visit with your guests, but far enough away that it is u...
  • Koishikawa Korakuen

  • Japanese Gardens ( Iidabashi )
  • I'd say this place is almost as good as Hamarikyu. Hamarikyu has more greenery and open space going for it, but Koishikawa is a bit more fun to explore, with various "landmarks" around the...
  • Imperial Palace East Gardens

  • Japanese Gardens ( Jimbocho )
  • The East Gardens are quite pretty with some very nice landscaping. My favorite areas are on the top of the hill, where there is a large green area that *gasp!* you can actually walk on, and the garden...
  • Rikugien

  • Japanese Gardens ( Komagome )
  • I visited the Rikugien Gardens for the special opening during the cherry blossoms. The gardens were kept open until 9:00pm for two nights on the weekend. I arrived about 8:00pm, knowing that I must ...
  • Mukoujima Hyakka-en

  • Japanese Gardens ( Asakusa )
  • Whoever wrote the overview for this park is largely mistaken in almost all the details, according to the park's own pamphlet. Hyakkaen means only "Garden of 100 flowers," and it opened in 1...
  • Sankeien

  • Japanese Gardens, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Yokohama )
  • My family was at the Sankeien during the last cherry blossom period. We were a week early but we could already witness the beginning of the sakura blossoming. It was a sight to behold. Many folks were...
  • Kiyosumi Teien

  • Japanese Gardens ( Ryogoku )
  • This garden was basically very similar to most of the Japanese gardens that I've experienced in Tokyo. While it had all of the general parts including a pretty pond with islands and beautiful Japanes...
  • Kyu Iwasakitei Teien

  • Japanese Gardens ( Ueno )
  • The place is decent. Outside were art or architecture students studying the building. It's basically like walking through a castle or building in one of the European countries, if you've ever been, ex...
  • Kyu Shibarikyu Onshi Teien

  • Japanese Gardens ( Hamamatsucho )
  • If you're on a garden trip, then this should be first to knock off, because after going to a garden like HamaRikyu, you'll be disappointed. It's not that the park is bad, but it's average. There is th...
  • Kyu Furukawa Teien

  • Japanese Gardens ( Komagome )
  • Kyu Furukawa Teien is a garden that blends Japanese and Western elements. By the entrance there is a western-style building, and next to it a western garden with a collection of roses and azaleas. The...
  • Tonogayato Teien

  • Japanese Gardens ( Tachikawa )
  • Tonogayato Teien is a garden that blends Japanese elements, such as a clear spring and pond, with Western elements, such as small hills, pine and maple trees, and a rock-lined well. The garden itse...
  • Yamamoto Tei

  • Japanese Gardens ( Kita-Senju )
  • Yamamoto Tei was ranked in the top three for three consecutive years by the US-based "Journal of Japanese Gardens." A wooden two-story building stands in the center of the 900-squared-meter garden. Ju...
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