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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

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  • Yushima Station, etc
  • Ueno-okachimachi Station
  • Yushima-Sanchōme, etc
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The main residence of the Iwasaki family, who founded the Mitsubishi Zaibatsu, one of Japan’s three major financial cliques. Visitors can catch a glimpse of the family’s resplendent lifestyle from the splendid Western-style residence and garden.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

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  • Hyakkaen
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Constructed in the early 1800s, this flower garden is filled with famous plants that appear in Japanese classics and where visitors can enjoy Japan’s beautiful four seasons.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

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  • Korakuen Station, etc
  • Iidabashi Station
  • Toei-Iidabashi Sta, etc
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Established in 1629 by Tokugawa Yorifusa, the first head of the Mito Clan, the garden presents the scenic beauty of Japan and China throughout the garden and the landscape filled with a Japanese atmosphere.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

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  • Komagome Station
  • Sengoku Station
  • Kami-Fujimae
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Founded by Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, an associate of the fifth shogun, Tokugawa Tsunayoshi, the gardens was built on land gifted by Tsunayoshi and completed in 1702 to express the world of Japanese poetry.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

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  • Nishigahara Station
  • Asukayama
  • Komagome Sta. Minamiguchi, etc
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Built in 1919 by Baron Toranosuke Furukawa, the gardens are known for the beautiful landscapes consisting of a Japanese and Western-style gardens surrounding a Western-style house.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

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  • Toneri-koen Station
  • Toneri-Kōen
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The new barbeque area at Toneri Park is now open. The facilities also sell food ingredients and rent barbeque equipment, which provides the convenience and enjoyment of a barbeque without having to bring anything.

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Tsukiji, shimbashi, Daimon Area

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  • Shimbashi Station
  • Shimbashi Station, etc
  • Hama-Rikyū, etc
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The garden once belonged to the Tokugawa shogun’s family, featuring a tidal pond that changes its atmosphere with the ebb and flow of the tide, and two duck hunting grounds. Perfect for strolling while enjoying plants of different seasons.

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Tsukiji, shimbashi, Daimon Area

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  • Daimon Station
  • Hamamatsuchō Sta., etc
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Situated to the south of the Hama-rikyu Gardens, it is a Daimyo Garden left in Tokyo from the Edo era. It was originally constructed in 1678 on residential land with an excursion-style garden and ponds.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Shirokanedai Station
  • Shirokanedai Station
  • Shirokanedai-Gochōme
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Just a nine-minute walk from Meguro Station in the heart of the city, this botanical garden offers rich natural surroundings of the old Musashino region. It covers 20 hectares and is a habitat for many creatures.

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Daiba, Kiyosumi Area

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  • Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station
  • Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station
  • Kiyosumi-Teien, etc
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The construction of this garden began in 1878 by Yataro Iwasaki, who was a founding father of the Mitsubishi Group. Beautiful stones from all over Japan are placed in a circuit-style garden with trees and ponds, which are representative of gardens of the Meiji era.

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