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Koishikawa Kōrakuen Garden
"This garden is one of Tokyo's oldest gardens. It was built by close relatives of the Tokugawa Shogun in 1629."
Kyu Shiba Rikyu Garden
"One of the two parks of the Edo era. Small but in my opinion the best park in all the city!"
"Yokoamicho Park is a memorial park dedicated to the victims of the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake as well as the 1944 Tokyo Bombings. The park is north of the Ryogoku Oedo Line subway station."
"Western style chairs are like cinema seats. Go for the Chairs Section A and enjoy the sumo!"
"This is probably a good place to start.. Museum wise. It gives a great overview of Tokyo history and contrasts the prewar and now modern; Edo-Tokyo"
Created by makio M＠KI79 items • 69 followers
Created by 井上 拓也124 items • 88 followers
Parks & Gardens in Tokyo / 東京の公園・庭園
Created by mae199 items • 159 followers
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