Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, spanning an area of 583,000 square meters, blends three distinct garden styles: Japanese traditional, French formal and English landscape. Celebrated for its cherry blossoms in spring and scarlet foliage in autumn, the garden serves as an oasis in the heart of Tokyo. Even though it very close to Shinjuku station, the busiest station in the world, it is a place where you can take a break from the busy city. There is a belt of trees surrounding the park that blocks a large amount of the city sounds. That belt really allows a contrast to become easily visible.