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    A view of the Rikugi-en Garden from the Fujishiro-toge hill

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    Rikugien Gardens

Rikugien is one of the most beautiful Japanese landscape garden in Tokyo. Rikugien offers enjoyment of each of the four seasons, especially the best times to visit is in spring and autumn. The weeping cherry trees bloom in the spring around the middle of March to early in April. And leaves turned red and yellow in the autumn are illuminated in the night, the view is fantastically beautiful.
Tsutsuji Chaya (Azalea Tea house) made of azaleas is the best place to take a rest during walking. Fukiage Chaya teahouse along the pond's northwestern shore is also a nice place to take a rest and have some tea.
There is free guided tour in English every first and third Sunday, 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM.

Admission
General 300, 65 and over 150 , 12 and under free

Hours
9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Entry until 4:30 pm)

Access
About 7 minutes walk from Komagome Station(JR Yamanote Line and Namboku Subway Line)
About 10 minutes walk from Sengoku Station (Toei Mita Subway Line)


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