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The gardens are not huge but there are lovely areas to sit and enjoy your surrounds. It is easy to travel via the metro and walk a short distance (200m). Enter via the hotel foyer and ask for directions, the staff are very helpful and...More
Complete with koi pond, waterfall and statues, this garden is a nice place to visit. You can access it either through the hotel lobby (the staff are happy to point you in the right direction) or through the well-signposted separate entrance. It is very small...More
The first of several Japanese gardens we visited on this visit to Japan. Seeing the garden was the primary reason I chose to stay in the New Otani Hotel ! I walked through this ethereal garden en route to breakfast every morning of our stay...More
This garden was instrumental in my purchasing a $ 2,500.00 Sony videocam at Akihabara! I went down from my hotel room and spent an entire morning here just sitting in contemplation and filming that carp that seemed well-trained enough to actually come as near as...More
The Hotel New Otani is an enormous complex, joining three very large buiildings and occupying a large lot, probably several city blocks large, in central Tokyo. Behind the Garen Center building there is this wonderful colorful garden, a great example of Japanese artistry in simplicity,...More
This garden is a beautiful walk complete with waterfall. There’s no charge to get in and the hotel staff are very friendly and happy to direct you. Worth a look especially if you need a break from the city
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
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We were there in April when the garden was mostly green, with splashes of colour from azaleas & irises. Stunningly beautiful. Personally I'd love to see the garden again in winter with frost sparkling in the trees or a... More
We were there in April when the garden was mostly green, with splashes of colour from azaleas & irises. Stunningly beautiful. Personally I'd love to see the garden again in winter with frost sparkling in the trees or a sprinkling of snow dusting what is essentially a typically evergreen garden, with wonderful structure. The layout of the garden was beautiful looking down from our room & a serene oasis of green to walk through, I'm sure it would be no different in winter. In fact I'd imagine a winter wonderland.