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Koishikawa Korakuen Garden

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Koishikawa Korakuen Garden

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1-6-6 Koraku, Bunkyo 112-0004 Tokyo Prefecture
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Mick wrote a review Nov 2020
Bangkok, Thailand120 contributions33 helpful votes
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Lovely spot in easy well marked walking distance from Iidabashi station. The signs from the station to the gardens are easy to follow and the entrance fee is 300Yen. The central lake (with Tokyo Dome in the background), stone bridge and waterfall were pleasant on the eyes.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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HotRodHeart wrote a review Aug 2020
France119 contributions37 helpful votes
I went there to check out the autumn leaves , it was quite nice. Although you are in the middle of the city, and sometimes see the Tokyo Dome peaking its top, you can get a little breath of greenery in this park. It's nice for a date, and a stroll ;)
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Date of experience: October 2019
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John W wrote a review Mar 2020
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This garden is a green oasis of peace and quiet in the concrete desert of central Tokyo. Not completely isolated from the city; the garden is overlooked by tower blocks and the hulking Tokyo Dome. It is possible to forget them and immerse yourself in the garden. It has so many paths and hidden nooks that it is easy to spend an hour (I spent nearly three) in leisurely exploration. In early March there is considerable work going on with some path closures. The weeping cherry is in full bloom, well ahead of sakura elsewhere.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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maritora wrote a review Feb 2020
Tokyo Prefecture, Japan4394 contributions204 helpful votes
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This garden was built by a major feudal lord family. They produced this park gathering the beautiful sights from China and nationwide. Although this park has spacious space and the big pond is located in the center, there are many paths surrounded by woods and hills, it seems silent and closely more than to say expansive. Visitors can eat and drink at the park. It is good to visit in a season of cherry blossom.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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253SA wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore2941 contributions145 helpful votes
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This is one of Tokyo's many gardens, and rated as one of the best. Indeed it deserves the accolade. Though small and compact, the gardens has enough foliage to mesmerise, especially during the fall when the leaves are in varying stages of turning their colours. To any photographers out there, this is a paradise for you. The entrance fee of 300 yen is well worth the images you bring out.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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