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    Yasuda Garden

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    Lush and calm place nearby Ryogoku Kokugikan

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    Yasuda Garden

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Ryougoku has two major symbols: Ryogoku Kokugikan (sumo stadium), with its large copper-sheeted roof (shaped like a square with rounded corners), and the Edo-Tokyo Museum, best described as "enormous" with its height of over 62 meters and its appearance of a high-floored storehouse. A realistic diorama in the museum and the sumo wrestlers add to the "old town charm" of Edo, and the architectures also add to this feel. It is great to see cherry blossoms along the Sumida River in spring and the Fireworks Festival in summer.

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