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Hamarikyu Gardens

Hamarikyu Gardens

How to go

Beautiful Contrast of Peaceful Gardens and Skyscrapers!

Hama-Rikyu Garden is a historical garden beside the Sumida River. It was originally built as Tokugawa shogun’s residence and duck hunting site in the Edo period (1603-1868) and was opened to the public in April 1946. Contrasts of skyscrapers and gardens with a tidal pond are very unique. Matcha tea at a tea house is also popular. Cherry blossoms beautifully bloom in spring and you can enjoy autumn leaves in fall.



1-1 Hamarikyuteien, Chuo City, Tokyo
(7 minute walk from “Shiodome sta.”)
(7 minute walk from “Tsukiji-shijo sta.”)
(10 minute walk from “Shinbashi sta.”)


Year-end/New Year holidays
(December 29th-January 1st next year)

Opening hours

(Last admission 16:30)

Admission Fee

JPY 300
※65 years old and over:JPY 150