Rikugien Gardens

Rikugien Gardens

Rikugien was built around 1700 for the Tokugawa Tsunayoshi who was the 5th Tokugawa Shogun. It is a good example of an Edo Period strolling garden and it features a large central pond surrounded by manmade hills and forested areas, all connected by a network of trails.

The place is most known for its weeping cherry trees. There is a path for wheelchair users.

Address

6-16-3 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

Summary

EntranceAlmost flat
InsideAlmost flat
ParkingAlmost flat
AccessAlmost flat
Accessiblity
Available language
Brochure available: English
Sign: English available occasionally
Inspection date
April, 2014
Nearest stationKomagome: JR, Tokyo Metro (Namboku Line)
Elevator between platform and ticket gateKomagome(JR):Exit is on the ground floor for JR
Komagome(Namboku Line):Elevator available
Elevator between ticket gate and outsideKomagome(JR):Elevator available
Komagome(Namboku Line):Elevator available
Recommended route
From exit2, 2 minute walk to "Somei-mon"
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