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This garden looked beautiful as soon as we entered, lots of birds,Koi carp,Turtles and various pond life, stone bridges and places to sit down and rest, we really enjoyed our visit here and will visit again.
Even though it isn't as old and historically filled as the Hamarikiyu garden, the Kiyosumi Teien offers some really nice views full of pine trees, Izu rocks, tea house and animals.
It is definitely worth the train ride and will give you a good opportunity...More
Kiyosumi Teien is beautiful in its own right and while not as amazing as Shinjuku Gyoen, it's still a great way to get out of the crowds of the city. I love how you can step across the stones along the pond and how there...More
What a beautiful garden. If you just need to go and relax somewhere and soak up manicured nature for an hour or two this place is wonderful. Of all the gardens, palaces and castles we’ve visited this one tops them to date!
It is a rather small, but very nicely designed and maintained Japanese garden. I visited it twice - in late autumn and peak summer. Although there were no special flowers or colored leaves during neither of my visit, it is my favorite garden in Tokyo....More
It’s a quick metro ride from popular tourist districts like Shinjuku and Ginza. We spent a slow late afternoon here and it was wonderful. It’s such a tidy and peaceful environment that purifies your mind.
There is something about Kiyosumi Teien, and I can't completely grasp why it's my favorite garden in all of Japan.
The country has hundreds of these green spaces, a society that truly prioritizes solitude, calm, and well-manicured parks in the midst of epic urbanity. And...More