Explore Japan's essential sites and hidden gems
Kiyosumi Koen and the surrounding area
The surrounding area of Kiyosumi Garden invites you to take stroll among the flowers and trees, especially when spring arrives.
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The Imperial Palace's East Garden, a historic site in Tokyo, offers ideal views of the city.
Koishikawa Kōrakuen Garden
In the district of Bunkyo, the Koishikawa Kōrakuen Garden is viewed as one of the most beautiful gardens in Tokyo and is the oldest as well. The flowering of the prunus, then the cherry trees, and
To get married, Tokyoites choose, without hesitation, Happo-en. Traditional houses and its romantic pond make for a perfect place to exchange vows.
The huge Ueno Park, the lung of Tokyo, is a pleasant refuge from the stifling Japanese summer heat.
Inokashira Onshi Koen
In the western part of Tokyo, Inokashira Onshi Koen and central lake surrounded by cherry trees and adjacent to the Ghibli Museum is the site of many activities.
International House (I House)
At the heart of the Roppongi district, an institution untouched by the frenetic pace of the capital, the International House, preserves knowledge and an elegant garden.
Nezu Garden Museum
Within the confines of the Nezu Museum in the fashionable district of Omotesando, a narrow paths run through a garden leading to a pond from a natural source.
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