Timings : 9:00 - 17:00 and remains closed from December 29th to January 3rd.
Entry Fee : JPY 300
An attractive public park located in Tokyo,it features manicured landscapes and saltwater lakes.
Located at the mouth of the river Sumida, the Hamarikyu Gardens feature saltwater ponds that change levels with the tide, and small tea-houses with a beautiful view of the landscapes and the lake. Historically used as a duck-hunting ground and a retreat for the nobles, many of its traditional vestiges can still be found. It is a remarkable place for nature photography, and remains beautiful, come any season, with the plum blossoms in full bloom during February and cherry blossoms in April. There are free English guided tours on Mondays and Saturdays, and English audio guides are available as well.
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