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What a beautiful garden. If you just need to go and relax somewhere and soak up manicured nature for an hour or two this place is wonderful. Of all the gardens, palaces and castles we’ve visited this one tops them to date!
It is a rather small, but very nicely designed and maintained Japanese garden. I visited it twice - in late autumn and peak summer. Although there were no special flowers or colored leaves during neither of my visit, it is my favorite garden in Tokyo....More
It’s a quick metro ride from popular tourist districts like Shinjuku and Ginza. We spent a slow late afternoon here and it was wonderful. It’s such a tidy and peaceful environment that purifies your mind.
There is something about Kiyosumi Teien, and I can't completely grasp why it's my favorite garden in all of Japan.
The country has hundreds of these green spaces, a society that truly prioritizes solitude, calm, and well-manicured parks in the midst of epic urbanity. And...More
We visited this beautiful garden during my short trip to Tokyo.
It was much bigger than our expectation, and much more peaceful...!
We got excited when we found Skytree over the lake!!
It cost only 150 yen per person, and we had a relaxing moment...More
High rise buildings surround this serene, relaxing, typical Japanese Garden. On entering there is a tranquil lake, complete with fish and cute turtles. Hop across the rocks lakeside, take a seat and drink in the vistas. Stroll through these gardens at your leisure. Cross the...More
Sometimes we are surprised there are so many classic Japanese gardens in Tokyo surrounded with high-rise mansions (TowerMan). It is very peaceful and cheap entrance fee (Y150) is also attractive. It won't take too much time to walk around so please try to stop by...More
You can enter this facility at only 150 yen. It was owned by Mitsubishi-zaibatsu and donated to Tokyo government. When I stepped inside, I was fascinated. Traditional Japanese garden. The trees were planted systematically and beautifully around ponds. You can sit on a rock and...More
The entrance to this enchanting garden is tucked away in a side street. Until one actual enters one cannot guess what an lovely garden is being hidden away.
Unfortunately when we visited in late March there was maintenace being carried out around Fuji-san & Karetaki...More
Nice middle of town retreat! There were several paths to follow round the water as well as stepping stones in the water, many benches to rest and take in the views also shady paths around the back of the garden to plum grove and some...More