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This garden pairs very well with its larger neighbor from Hama Rikyu, so you can visit both on the same jaunt. It was built during the Edo period on reclaimed land. A stone's throw from Hamamatsucho Station on the Yamanote line.
These lovely gardens are well worth a wander if you are nearby. They are only about 10 minutes walk from the train station and Tsukiji Fish Market. Manicured lawns, trimmed trees and an expanse of water reflecting surrounding foliage, city buildings and a teahouse provide...More
We happened on the Shiba Rikyu garden by accident whilst on our way to the boat terminal at Hinode. The gardens are small and exquisite (entry fee is Yen 150 and worth every penny). The gardens have been cited as being the most beautifully designed...More
It was a special event in the night that hurried up my plan to visit. Arrived about 30 minutes before 1700 hour, when everyone will be required to leave the park and re-entered from 1730 hour for the special Light-up event. Regular visit will need...More
A two minute walk from Hamamatsucho station, these little gardens are a gem. Entrance was minimal, maybe 150 yen? The gardens really are an oasis of serenity - I think I was the only person moving when I visited, everyone else was either sat down...More
We visited many gardens in Tokyo and we both agreed that this was our favorite one. We enjoyed it so much, we actually went twice. I think the admission to this garden is 300Y which is a fantastic value for the beauty that you will...More
We were in Tokyo for a couple of days and had booked on the Hato bus tour from Hamamatsucho bus station. We were a couple of hours early for the bus tour and found these gardens behind the bus terminal.
What a great place amid...More
Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much
older commercial buildings and it's a great place to join 'salary men' enjoying a drink and snacks at street stalls under the railway bridges after work.