Hama-rikyu Gardens

Garden of shogunate where you can enjoy atmosphere of the Edo era

Old Green
Green of tradition and history

Hama-rikyu Gardens was once the garden of the Tokugawa shogunate. There are the Shioiri-no-ike Pond where seawater flows in and out by the ebb and flow, two tea houses and some historic spots like Kamoba imperial wild duck reserves where the shogun enjoyed falconry. The garden is valuable asset for observing samurai culture. Colorful peonies and flowering mustard can be seen in the garden in spring, and the seasonal beauty of cosmos can be enjoyed from summer through autumn.

Old meets New

Photo Spot

Getting a photo of the contrast between traditional Japanese beauty and the skyscrapers of the city in the sunny morning is highly recommended. You can enjoy the various scenery in the park as you stroll around Shioiri-no-ike Pond.
Water bus that connects Asakusa and Odaiba.

Something Green

One of the main attractions of the park are the Japanese black pines called the “300-year pines.” Having heavy low branches, the pines have a bold appearance.

Hama-rikyu Gardens

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Access
Shiodome Sta. on Subway or Yurikamome(E19,U02) Shimbashi Sta. on JR or Subway(A10,G08),Yurikamome(U01)
Admission
Adult ¥300, 65 years and older ¥150

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