Stroll through Rikugien Garden, a peaceful oasis inspired by poetry in the heart of Tokyo. Signage in English explains the connection between the gardens and excerpts of poetry, as you enjoy the scenery of cherry blossoms and the park's small pond. The park really shines during the autumn months, as lights illuminate the red and orange hues of the foliage after dark. You can find amenities throughout the garden, including snack stalls and restrooms. To visit Rikugien Garden on your trip to Tokyo, use our Tokyo trip tool .
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Another lovely garden in Tokyo. It must be incredible during cherry blossom season. We went out of our way to go to this one - but I wouldn't rank it above the one outside of the Meji Shrine. Peaceful... more »
まだ若い、女子高生だった頃、近くにお友達が住んでいて何時間もこの公園のベンチで小さな悩みを語り合ったのを思い出して、仕事の途中寄ってみた 当時は子供だったから大変広く感じたが、庭内は程よい広さ、観光客も少なめ…ゆっくりと寛げる 茶店が一箇所あってところてんがお勧め more »Remember when I was still young, high school girl, and live near friends and talked a little trouble on a park bench hours and stopped by the middle of the work at that time was a child from very widely felt but modestly sized and tourists less garden. Recommend tokoroten, tea house and relaxing, 1 place
JR駒込駅から徒歩数分の場所に立地していますが、都会の真ん中で喧騒から離れてリラックス出来る庭園です。元々は平坦だった土地に池を掘り、山を築き、7年の歳月をかけて「回遊式築山泉水庭園」は四季を通じて趣があります。庭園北側にある『吹上茶屋』では『抹茶と上生菓子のセット(510円)』を頼んで池を眺めながら一服しました。六義園オリジナルのお土産も販売していました。画像は2018年7月中旬に撮影しました。 more »It is a garden is located a few minutes walk from JR komagome station, in the middle of the city away from the hustle and bustle and relax. Digging a pond was originally flat land, build a mountain, over a period of seven years there year-round is a rambling rockery fountain garden. "Fukiage-Chaya's Garden on the north side is" green tea and on the cake set (510 yen) "overlooking the pond has been stopped and asked. 6 righteousness garden original souvenirs were sold. Picture was taken in the middle of 7/2018.
Let me propose the best way here. In Spring for cherry blossom season, the best way is go and buy tickets in the morning, and wait till it's getting dark, by having lunch and dinner around. Then get into the garden. Otherwise you'll spend half an hour for just buying a ticket. Inside the garden, not that much cherry blossom than I expected. But it's well treated and organized.
While most people visited here during the Sakura season, it’s just as beautiful during the summer with globes of clustered hydrangeas. With less visitors, it’s easier to appreciate the well-designed traditional garden. Bring a book that you have been meaning to read and you can spend the whole afternoon here.
It costs 300 yen to enter this garden but it is well worth it. We arrived in the evening about an hour before sunset. Got to see it in day light and then stayed till after sunset and got to see it lit up with lights. Absolutely beautiful and so peaceful. Hours say it closes at 5pm but was there well past that and it seemed to get a little busier at night.
Great garden, but really small! Often overcrowded and gets difficult to even move! At times, it feels like to be in yet another busy Tokyo train station! Beautiful, but probably overrated!!
Small park with great views and heritage. Small entrance fee but well worth the money. English descriptions are scattered around the park to help you make sense of it’s heritage. Come during different seasons to see different flowers.
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