Rikugien Gardens, Tokyo
- Address: 6 Chome-16-3 Honkomagome, Bunkyō-ku, Tōkyō-to 113-0021, Japan, Tokyo
- Tags: Park
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Things to Know Before Visiting Rikugien Gardens
0.09% of people who visit Tokyo include Rikugien Gardens in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
69.23% of people plan their visit to Rikugien Gardens between 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Rikugien Gardens
46.15% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rikugien Gardens
Rikugien Gardens, Tokyo Reviews
Looks awesome when lit up at night. Try to go on a week night, we went on a weekend and it was super crowded. Took ages to get in, loves lines down the street ( apparently you can book a ticket online somewhere). walking around was like being on a conveyor belt. Hard to get a good picture with so many people there, but still a lot of fun!
Beautiful garden with a gentle path around a lake. There are different types of trees planted that are the focus of the park at various seasons. The cherry blossoms are for spring, and the maple and ginko for Fall. I visited in Fall and the maples near the bridge were the best. Fall colors peaked a couple of weeks before my visit. Still it was beautiful.
Breath-takingly beautiful Japanese garden hiding in Tokyo. Neighborhood nearby is also fun to walk around. Only ¥300 to enter. A worthy place to go even when flowers aren't in bloom. A must-visit if in Tokyo at any time of year.
Great garden, but really small! Often overcrowded and gets difficult to even move That it feels like to be in yet another busy Tokyo train station! Beautiful, but probably overrated!!
A surprisingly large and well-managed garden in the middle of seemingly nowhere. This garden is surrounded by walls and once I was able to find the entrance and paid the entrance fee, I was surprised by the sheer size of what's within the walls. Aside from the explanation of the history of this garden, the garden itself looks very similar to other Japanese gardens. Which, definitely is not a bad thing as it is quite tranquil and relaxing. Definitely worth a visit.