Hama-rikyu Gardens

Address : 1-1 Hama Rikyu-teien, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

The Hama-rikyu Gardens is a typical example of the gardens of the Edo era. It has the “Shioiri-no-Ike” pond which takes seawater from Tokyo Bay and you can enjoy the change of scenery with the rise and fall of the tide. In addition, this garden is famous for the “Kamoba” which are ponds for duck hunting. It went through history until today first as gardens of the Kofu Domain, then a sea side villa of the Shogunate and finally as an imperial villa administrated by the Imperial Household Agency. In The Hama-rikyu Gardens, a variety of plants and flowers including a peony garden delight the visitors’ eyes by the seasons. People with disabilities and the attendees can enjoy it for free by showing their identification booklet for the disabled. It also offers a guided tour in English for free in the morning of Saturdays and Mondays. (Please refer to the HP)
* Line arrow(s) on the map are our "Recommended Route"(s).
Shiodome: Toei (Oedo Line), Yurikamome
Elevator between platform and ticket gateElevator available
Elevator between ticket gate and outsideElevator available
Recommended routeFrom exit A10, use elevator to reach ground level, go toward Tokyo Shiodome Building, and enter via Middle Gate bridge
Staff or Audio guide available: English, Korean, Chinese, French
Brochure available: English, Korean, Chinese, French
Notice: English
AccessAlmost flat
EntranceAlmost flat
InsideMajor pathways are almost flat. Nakajima Assembly Hall is also reachable if a short walk over Nakajima bridge is possible.
ParkingParking space for people with disabilities available