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Kyuyasuda Garden, Sumida
(4.1/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • North located about a 10-minute walk from Ryogoku station, the former Yasuda gardens. According to the signboard at the entrance in 1691 as Hitachi Kasama clan residence garden and, in the Meiji era old Okayama feudal Lord Ikeda residence and the 0/1891 became the possession of Yasuda and then donated to Tokyo City to 0/1922, and. End of 2/2017 has been closed down for garden construction.
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  • Unfortunately, I had a visitation. However, outside the fence around my head and low because of a garden was peeping in from the outside. I'm a quiet calm garden.
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  • I went to the Ryugoku district to see Sumo Stadium, walking through the area next to the stadium there is a temple very nice and just across this beautiful park, not very big, but one of the more beautiful that visit in Tokyo. Recommend it if you are going to walk through this area, not be justified especially go, but if you visit the stadium is a good alternative to relax a while.
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  • Beautiful and amazing traditional Japanese garden. Perfect place to walk by and admire the nature in its perfect form. It is well located, near the Sumo Museum and you can easily access it using public transportation. I recommend this place for those who are nature lovers.
  • Nice and quiet park to relax with large pond and various plants. Koi caprs, turtles and birds can be watched
  • stumbled upon this sublime garden. the surroundings were beautiful and typically japanese (very clean, green and gorgeous). However it was the people which really added the depth, there were painters scattered around the park brushing their paint against their templates to recreate their visions and to my right there was a couple taking wedding photos in traditional japanese wear. It was as if I had been transferred into a different world. I never new such a thing could exist in the midst of the madness of Tokyo.
  • Traditional Japanese garden, but unlike most, free of charge. However, that also means it's not nearly as well maintained. Also unlike most such gardens, it has lots of benches. Therefore, it's nice to sit down and take a break if close by, but not wortg visiting otherwise.
  • The pond has fisher king! Lovely place for photos and just good walking.