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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden (新宿御苑, Shinjuku Gyoen) is a large park and garden in Shinjuku and Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. It was originally a residence of the Naitō family in the Edo period. Afterwards, it became a garden under the management of the Imperial Household Agency of Japan. It is now a national park under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of the Environment.
5 days ago
One of the best gardens I have visit in japan. I like the variety though when I went it was pretty cold so not all the plants bloom. The green house was a nice view from super cold to super warm. There is couple old style homes you can walk around in. Highly recommend for a date or family stroll with picnic if you are near the area!
18 days ago
A must see if you're visiting Tokyo! Stunning expanse of garden and we were lucky enough to even see a few early blooms of cherry blossoms which was absolutely breathtaking. The greenhouse was by far the highlight. So many plants to enjoy and great access for all including those in a wheelchair. Such a great experience for less than what you'd pay for a coffee
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2 months ago
One of the nicest places to visit in Tokyo, it's hard to believe the bustling city is so close. One needs to pay yo get in but it's worth the small charge. The park is divided into gardens: the English rose garden, Japanese garden (with tea house) and so on. The wooded area in autumn is spectacular for its colours and of course, in spring, there are cherry trees to view. There is also a hot house with a range of orchids and other tropical species. It's a perfect place to walk, meditate and relax, even in colder weather.
5 days ago
It's quiet.. Soothing and truly a well maintained garden.. It provides the Tranquility, much needed in Tokyo to recharge one's batteries and touch base with nature.. Bang in the heart of shunjuku's bustling streets this haven boasts a greenhouse, lakes, blossoms, a startling variety of flowers and trees and is recommended to anyone desirous of spending a few quality hours away from the madness of today's pace
8 days ago
Absolutely stunning piece of nature. You need at least half a day to get around and explore the various parts of the gardens. I went at the beginning of winter, just as the leaves were finishing their colour change & beginning to drop for the frigid temperatures. I lost track of time wandering around here and was ushered out politely at closing time. Highly recommend putting this on any itinerary.