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Aoyama Cemetery 都立青山霊園 Landmarks & Historical Places / Omotesando, Aoyama

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Central Tokyo's largest cemetery, Aoyama Reien (also known as Aoyama Bochi) was established early in 1873 and is one of Japan's few park-style cemeteries. It is the resting places of a number of famous people, including foreigners who came to Japan during the Meiji Era to help modernize the country. Aoyama Reien is also known for its cherry trees, and makes a good, if somewhat somber, hanami spot.

Categories Landmarks & Historical Places
Nearest Station Gaienmae, Nogizaka
Address 2-32-2 Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-3401-3652
Home Page (In Japanese)

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