Hamarikyu GardensCurrently Closed
- Address: 1-1 Hamarikyuteien, Chuo, Tokyo 104-0046, Japan
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +81-335410200
- Ticket Price: 300 JPY
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Garden, Park, Family And Kids, Cruise
Enjoy a traditional Japanese tea drinking experience in an authentic Japanese setting at the Hamarikyu Gardens of Tokyo. You will be transported to medieval era Japan with the décor of the garden. It is a popular activity in Tokyo so be sure to buy tickets for Hamarikyu Gardens in advance. You can search Hamarikyu Gardens ticket prices on our ticket section. Also get tickets for Hamarikyu Gardens tours and combine them with others for an awesome experience.
For those who know that the Tea ceremony is an inseparable part of Japanese culture, then imagine having that tea and traditional, season inspired sweets in the middle of a scenic park? That's exactly what Hamarikyu Gardens Tea has to offer! Beautifully landscaped in the middle of an inlet of sea-water from the Tokyo Bay, this park is calming to the senses. This garden has actually 2 styles incorporated into its design. It has a design typical of the Feudal era of Japan and then a part of the park was developed during the Edo era and used by the royal family of Japan. This garden has been given special status for its beauty and the contrast it now presents with the developed area and this traditional nook right in the city. They have a duck hunting pond and also a Kamozuka- a grave mound the appease the spirits of the ducks that were hunted- something very Japanese. This is a beautiful park to visit in spring and in the fall to see the beautiful changing colours of the trees and flowers in full bloom. As an alternative method of getting to the park, you can take the Tokyo Cruise- a 30 minute picturesque ride to the park which is a treat in itself. Another place that will introduce you to the old Japanese traditions is Sensoji Temple.
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- Wear appropriate clothing for a park visit.
- For the Hamarikyu Gardens Tea ceremony you have to sit down on the floor so wear clothing appropriately.
Entrance fee for:
- Adult: ¥300 per head, For Seniors (65years+): ¥150 per head
- Last Entry until 04:30 pm.
- Train: Toei O-edo Line Shiodome Sta. E-19, Tsukiji-shijo Sta
- E-18 or YurikamomeShiodome Sta. (7 minutes on foot)
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40.43% of people who visit Tokyo include Hamarikyu Gardens in their plan
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66.13% of people start their Hamarikyu Gardens visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Hamarikyu Gardens
93.97% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hamarikyu Gardens
Beautiful Japanese landscape. With lots of trees beautifully shaped Gardens, water body, wooden bridges and also a small heel better to explain essay small amount. But all arranged in a very beautiful way and also traditional Japanese garden style. There is a small restaurant for the guests. And there is a ticket price to enter in this attraction point.
Peaceful garden in the centre of Tokyo sky scraper district that is MUCH bigger than it looks. Lots of wildlife, tea room and places to sit. A great way to spend a couple of chilled out hours. It costs 200 yen to enter. Not sure I would specifically travel here for it but if you are in the area it's definitely worth a visit.
Old gardens with long history. Close to city centre on the river. Has a water bus stop. River cruise worth taking. Good retreat from the man made contrete towers. Worth a visit.
I found this garden by sheer luck one day and it's beautiful. I went in May and although it was hot there were multiple spots to sit down under some shade. It was quiet, tranquil, and very relaxing. I believe I paid around 300 yen or so to get in. It's pretty big and next to the bay. There is a tea house, bridges, trees, ponds, everything you would want to see in a Japanese garden. I highly recommend it.
Nice green space in the heart of Tokyo. Well maintained park and clean. Pricey abit to enjoy greens. Tea house also available but expensive. Good for walk and photography.