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Stumbled on this beautiful place on my way to the sword museum in Ryoduku. The gardens are simply stunning, with lots of large coy carp and turtles in the lovely pond who come right up to see you as you get closer to the edge....More
It is a small Japanese-style garden. It can be used free of charge, and takes only 10 minutes if you just go around. You can feel the beauty of Japanese gardens such as carps, turtles in the central pond, and seasonal flowers,...More
This garden of a samurai's residence fairly recently (I think in the last year) went from charging admission to being a free public park that one can walk through, using several entrances. Along with that, new path lights, new path stabilization mats, new gravel and...More
For traditional garden aficionados, this rather small garden, easily accessed from nearby Sumo arena has a little secret to know!
The pond is fed by water from the nearby Sumida river, which is also fed by Tokyo bay.So, across the pond are the stepping stones...More
Small quaint park centered with a pond filled with koi and turtles...
Walkways are adorned with flowering trees and maples that will rust when frost hits.
Small memorial stones also dot about the park.
there was work being done when we were there. It seems that there are many of these type of gardens throughout the city of Tokyo. This one is very close to Yokoamicho Park which honors the dead from the Tokyo Bombing when 25% of the...More