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While the weather was hot and we really would have loved to have been there in May, this garden was more than a garden with shrines, history, memorials and obviously plenty of azaleas, acres, rhododendrons. And very loud crickets who seem to be the noisiest...More
We went there for lunch buffet.the garden is beautiful with falls,pagoda and sakura.unfortunately the sakura peak has passed but its still beautiful.this jaoanese garden is one of the best in tokyo.the hotel lunch is ok,but expensive for that quality.
Maybe next year we will be...More
We didn't stay in the hotel; we live in Tokyo. But it's notoriously hard to get out and see the Hotaru here in the city, so a friend suggested we go to Chinzanso to see them in their garden. While I was a bit suspicious...More
Great gardens, with signboards and history notes about each area. Includes beautiful variety of trees, a shrine, a few restaurants, waterfall, wedding area, well and lots more. Many many photo opportunities. If you are staying in the hotel, it is a must-see.
Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo was absolutely stunning. I'm glad I went off the beaten path and stayed at this luxury hotel. From the moment of arrival, I felt at home. The service is by far the best from my travels around the world. The marvelous room...More
Walking through the gardens to get to the restaurant is a beautiful walk. I wish we had more time to enjoy the gardens. The teppanyaki lunch was excellent. The food was fresh and cooked at the table. The servers were very nice and helpful. An...More
This is simply how a hotel should be!
If you are arriving by foot take the garden entrance to avoid a steep hill. But ideally you will want arrive by car.
The moment you arrive you feel the treatment. Ample space in the reception and...More
I first went with tour bus , was only allow 15 minute,which wasn't
enough. The next day I went on my own and spent 2 hours
enjoying garden. I feel it was best viewing of cherry blossom.
What wonderful vision I will never forget.
This Japanese garden was landscaped by renovating from an old wealthy Japanese politician's house. It is now the site of a five star hotel, and the garden is open to the public for all people at admission free. Seasonal flowers and trees are planted, and...More
Great walk through the garden with lots of walks and nature, water calming sound and the Japanese BBQ lunch at the bottom restaurant was superb. Greatly enjoyed and recommended if you are around Tokyo.
Ikebukuro is an area of massive development. Several thousand tenants occupy two giant department stores and shopping malls, where all sorts of shopping and gourmet foods can be enjoyed. The 60-story building at the east entrance of the station, Sunshine City, is a landmark within Ikebukuro and features an aquarium, planetarium, theme park as well as an observation platform. The popular name for the western side of
this area is "Otome Road" (Maiden Road) and there are many shops selling products related to anime with a female theme. It has rapidly become the worldwide headquarters for ‘otaku’ or geek culture.