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New Edogawa Park, Bunkyo
(4.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
New Edogawa Park is located in Bunkyo. Put New Edogawa Park and other Tokyo attractions into our Tokyo travel itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Edogawabashi station and then walk West along the Kanda River less than 10 minutes. Good balance in a pond on the slopes of the mountains of the North and Central's the landscape we forget in Tokyo. Foliage shines in Kofu, a central pond water on the left, there is stunning! 11-end views that leaves until mid-December. Come see peeps once.
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  • In love is a garden Museum (Nezu museum in Omotesando, Tokyo and Sano Art Museum in Mishima city, Shizuoka), is not given the Eisei Bunko Museum, Tokyo Park nor the original old Hosokawa mansion was set to say "with a garden Museum". But I labored like a little. Because it is beautiful because it was renewed in January this year (2016) and more than anything else and the Eisei Bunko Museum by a free Park only if available. I found landscape painting black pine is often why rainy days when I go, but, it also is so good.
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  • You passed when you go to see shunga exhibition in the Eisei Bunko Museum in Mejirodai, bunkyo-Ku. At edogawabashi station, the Edogawa, Tokyo Park. It's quiet nice along the Kanda River. I thought it would be beautiful blooming cherry trees, pond seems to be around. At the entrance of the Tokyo Park directions. Climb the small hill in front of Sekiguchi's Basho-an.
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