The Hama-Rikyu Onshi Teien garden 浜離宮恩賜庭園

One of the most beautiful traditional Japanese gardens to visit in Tokyo

Meeting the Sumida River and Tokyo Bay and a stone's throw from the old Tsukiji fish market, the Hama-Rikyu Onshi Teien is an iconic garden of the Japanese capital. It seduces with its ponds and tea pavilions which offer a breath of fresh air and serenity in the heart of downtown Tokyo.

Miniaturized and stylized, this plant world illustrates the definition of Japanese gardens: borrowing from a natural landscape.

The traditional-style garden contrasts with the skyscrapers of the surrounding Shiodome district and is the perfect representation of the blend of tradition and modernity that characterizes Japan in the eyes of the world.

The different bodies of water in the garden illustrate the splendor of controlled geometric accuracy. Cross the Shioiri pond by a small pontoon and reach the islet where the most famous tea house in the garden sits, awarding you, with a cup of green tea and sweets, to taste Japan.

And the garden is also home to a bird reserve, a little corner of paradise!

Hama-rikyu Onshi Teien

Hama-rikyu Onshi Teien

KimonBerlin

Access to Hama-rikyu is possible by metro or by water with the Tokyo Water Bus.

Access to Hama-rikyu by subway: the garden is a 10/15 min walk fromShimbashi station or a 5/10 min walk from Shiodome station, with the Oedo and Yurikamome subway lines.

Access to Hama-rikyu by the Tokyo Water Bus: you can also access the garden from the Asakusa district with the Sumidagawa river line departing from Asakusa every 30 min. The fare on the Tokyo Water Bus is 1,040 yen, or about $9/8€ (370 yen for a child), and the trip takes 35 min. The entrance fee to the garden is included in this price.

 

Le jardin Hamarikyu

Le jardin Hamarikyu

Guilhem Vellut

Visitez les jardins de Tokyo avec un guide !

  • Included :
Activity

Address, timetable & access

  • Address

  • Phone

    03-3541-0200
  • Timetable

    Oedo line Tsukijishijo stop, exit A2 or Shiodome, exit 10
  • Price

    Adults: 300 yen (around $2.50/2€) seniors 65 years and over: 150 yen ($1.25/1€) Free for kindergarten and primary school children.
  • Access

    Open every day from 9 am to 5 pm (admission until 4:30 pm) Closed from December 29 to January 1

Our houses in Tokyo

Kami-Ikebukuro, Tokyo

  • 28m²
  • 2 travelers
  • WIFI

Ikebukuro, Tokyo

  • 43m²
  • 4 travelers
  • WIFI

Ikebukuro, Tokyo

  • 43m²
  • 4 travelers
  • WIFI

Ikebukuro, Tokyo

  • 56m²
  • 5 travelers
  • WIFI

Ikebukuro, Tokyo

  • 61m²
  • 5 travelers
  • WIFI

Ikebukuro, Tokyo

  • 6 travelers
  • WIFI
Discover our Houses in Tokyo (7)

Our activities in Tokyo

  • Duration : 2 day
  • Location : Tokyo
  • Duration : 5 hour
  • Location : Tokyo
  • Duration : 2 hour
  • Location : Tokyo
  • Duration : 18 minute
  • Location : Tokyo
  • Duration : 3 hour
  • Location : Tokyo
Discover all our activities in Tokyo (169)

Our tours in Tokyo

  • Duration : 13 days
  • Locations : Tokyo, Hakone Mt Fuji, Kyoto, Nara, Hiroshima, Miyajima
  • Duration : 14 days
  • Locations : Tokyo, Hakone Mt Fuji, Kyoto, Nara, Koyasan, Osaka
  • Duration : 12 days
  • Locations : Tokyo, Mt Fuji (Kawaguchiko), Osaka, Himeji, Kyoto, Nara
  • Duration : 12 days
  • Locations : Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Kawaguchiko, Tokyo
  • Duration : 21 days
  • Locations : Tokyo, Hakone Mt Fuji, Kyoto, Nara, Koyasan, Osaka, Kobe, Takachiho, Kumamoto, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Miyajima
See all our other Tours (5)

Latest Articles

parc de Showa

Top 10 parks and gardens in Tokyo

While Tokyo is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, its atmosphere remains particularly peaceful and welcoming, in part thanks to its many green spaces.

Tree lined path with sunlight streaming through the leaves.

Yoyogi Koen

Yoyogi Park in Shinjuku is the ideal stop after a studious morning spent visiting temples and shrines. You will feel carefree upon leaving the park, which has a festive atmosphere.

jardin botanique de Koishikawa

Koishikawa Shokubutsuen Garden

With more than 16 hectares, Koishikawa Shokubutsuen stands out as an essential garden in the Japanese capital.

See All (50)