Rikugien Garden
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fizzy1991
Nashville, TN5 981 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Par
Very nice small garden but not spectacular. The azaleas are waning and are not as brilliant as maybe a few weeks earlier. Not bad for less than $3 per person.
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Bright J
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mar. 2024 • Alene
It is so amazing this the best garden I have ever seen in my life the place is full of trees it shows how Japan is so unique and different from other place it outstanding
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chowso
Gloucester, UK1 758 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Par
Rikugien was one of the highlights of Tokyo for me, the garden is tucked away behind a residential area and is a beautiful example of a well manicured Japanese garden. The ponds and bridges were lovely and the maple trees so lusciously green. Definitely want to visit again in autumn as it looks like it would be spectacular. The entrance fee is minimal like most of the gardens in Japan, and it was really quiet when we went. A very tranquil place all in all
Skrevet 28. april 2024
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3104Arata
Tokyo, Japan13 769 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Familie
・Rikugien Garden Former Furukawa Garden We used the Garden Ticket (400 yen).

・Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo. Rikugien Garden is located about a 5-minute walk from Komagome Station.

--Spot Overview (as of December 2011)--

・A feudal lord's garden with a stroll-style hill and spring built in 1702 (Genroku 15). It was built by Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, the lord of Kawagoe Domain, who was highly trusted by Tokugawa Tsunayoshi.

・In 1953 (Showa 28), it was designated a special national site of scenic beauty and is a valuable cultural asset.

・It used to be called "Mukusa no sono," but nowadays it is pronounced "Rikugien" in Chinese characters.
[Admission Fee]
Individual: 300 yen / Group (20 or more): 240 yen / Rikugien Former Furukawa Gardens Garden Ticket: 400 yen / Annual Pass (Rikugien): 1,200 yen / Annual Pass (common to all 9 gardens in Tokyo): 4,000 yen
*Half price for those 65 years old and older
*Free for elementary school students and younger (accompanied) and junior high school students (residents or students in Tokyo)
[Opening Hours]
9:00-17:00 (entry until 16:30)
[Closed]
December 29th to January 1st
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・What a great value tourist spot to see and visit such a historic spot for only 300 yen.
・In addition, you can purchase a "Garden Ticket" that also allows you to visit the Former Furukawa Gardens for an additional 100 yen, making it a great deal.

・The luxury of leisurely walking around the nature-filled paths surrounding the Great Spring for 1-2 hours.

・Some people enjoy matcha tea and Japanese sweets at the teahouse in the park, some sit on a bench and enjoy a light meal, some just enjoy the scenery without doing anything, and some enjoy taking pictures with their cameras. You can spend your time in various ways. Everyone enjoyed the wonderful natural space that is in the city but not in the city.

・As for us, we were busy pushing our huge stroller and couldn't enjoy it to the fullest lol

・Even so, we felt soothed by the sunlight that occasionally filtered through the gaps in the many red leaves.

*By the way, if you have a stroller, you will have to take a little detour because there are stairs along the way and you won't be able to cross the Togetsukyo Bridge. But we were able to go around the main course.

・My personal favorite spot is the path behind the Tsutsuji Chaya, located at the back of the entrance. I thought the atmosphere of the bridge, the trees, and the amount of sunlight filtering through the trees would definitely make for great photos.

-If I lived nearby, I'd buy an annual pass and take a walk there every morning.
-Even if you don't live nearby, you could just pop in on a random day when you're wondering where to go and be soothed by the otherworldly nature. If you live near Tokyo, you can enjoy beautiful nature without having to travel long distances, which is a real blessing.

-If you're not sure where to go, why not consider adding Rikugien to your list? Thank you.

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Skrevet 16. februar 2024
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Glenn K
Brisbane, Australia71 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Familie
Walked around the Rikugien Garden, guided by a friendly local Japanese that we had met a few days earlier. Very relaxing, especially the stop for tea and Japanese sweets at the teahouse. Since it was winter there weren't many vibrant colours but it was still a very peaceful experience
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Tom B
Melbourne, Australia1 681 bidrag
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jan. 2024 • Venner
A great strolling garden with lots of paths to wander around the edge of the Lake, and up and down the undulations. Great bird like too!
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けぴ
横浜2 107 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2023 • Par
I went to see the roses in autumn. The area is not large, but there are many kinds of roses. The gardens around the pond are well-maintained and beautiful.
Skrevet 9. januar 2024
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みるく
Tokyo, Japan268 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Alene
I walked there from the old Furukawa Gardens. It's on the other side of Komagome Station, so it's a little far, but it's still within walking distance. The tickets for Rikugien and the old Furukawa Gardens cannot be changed later, so you need to buy them at the beginning. I sat down at the teahouse and stared at the waterfall for a while. The sound of the water is soothing. The Togetsukyo Bridge is very picturesque.
Skrevet 7. januar 2024
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ぜんのすけ
Odawara, Japan32 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2023 • Par
I went on December 9th, hearing that it was the best time to visit, and entered the garden around 11am. I was able to take a breath of fresh air and stroll around the beautiful red and yellow strolling garden. If you walk around normally and take photos, it will take about an hour, but if you take breaks, it will take about an hour and a half! The sidewalks are wide and there are relatively few ups and downs, making it easy to walk around. For the elderly, sneakers are recommended, not heels. However, there are stairs on the map that say "No wheelchairs allowed", so you can rest assured.
Skrevet 9. desember 2023
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MarianJ007
Japan10 407 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Venner
This is one of the nine gardens designated as cultural assets of Tokyo. I visited to see the autumn leaves.
There are various ways to get there, but this time I walked from JR Komagome Station (7 minutes on foot).
Rikugien Garden was counted among the two great gardens of Edo along with Koishikawa Korakuen Garden.
In 1695, Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, a chamberlain to the fifth shogun, Tokugawa Tsunayoshi, built a secondary residence on land given to him by Tsunayoshi, and created a garden there. The palace was called Rikugikan and the garden Rikugien.
The garden was named after the six meanings (rikugi) in the Book of Songs, and is called Rikugien.
In the Meiji era, it became the property of Iwasaki Yataro (founder of Mitsubishi), and was later donated to the city of Tokyo in 1938.
It is a vast park. The trees are very tall, and it feels like a forest, but the atmosphere changes when you go to the pond.
The garden is surrounded by a large pond with an island in the middle, and the scenery of Wakanoura in Kishu (present-day Wakayama Prefecture) and famous places of interest that have been written about in waka poetry are reflected in the 88 gardens.
Although it was a weekday, many people were visiting to see the autumn leaves.
As we walked around the pond, we came across the short stone Togetsukyo Bridge, where a staff member was watching over the people walking to make sure they didn't fall off. When we talked to the staff member, he said, "Today is the best time to see the autumn leaves," and my friend and I were delighted, saying, "I'm glad we came."
The red maples were beautiful, but the red color of the Japanese wax tree leaves was amazingly beautiful.
Now, there were also floats set up at some of the bridges. Maybe some people fall off when they operate their cell phone cameras.
There were several teahouses, and people were wearing kimonos, which was very elegant.
It was my first time coming here during the autumn leaves. I thought it would be cold in late autumn, but the sun came out a little, and it was fun to stroll through the autumn garden.
Skrevet 3. desember 2023
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