Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens
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One of Tokyo's Hidden Gems! Enjoy this peaceful quaint Japanese garden, especially during the Autumn Foliage and Spring Seasons
The Tokugawa Shobo who governed the country at the time in the early Edo period (1629) made it as a garden of the mansion. You can learn about Japanese culture here.
Koishikawa Korakuen (小石川後楽園, Koishikawa Kōrakuen) is one of Tokyo's oldest and best Japanese gardens. It was built in the early Edo Period (1600-1867) at the Tokyo residence of the Mito branch of the ruling Tokugawa family
One of Tokyo's oldest gardens and also one of it's best. It's a stroll garden and takes about 45m to walk round at a leisurely pace while taking some pictures. It's worth visiting in the different seasons to see how the garden changes. The only downside is the close proximity to Tokyo dome, which…