Japanese Garden in Bunkyo, Tokyo
9am - 4:30pm
Allow 2 hours
Closed: New Year holidays
Updated 12 June 2020
About Rikugien Garden
One of the most beautiful gardens in Tokyo, Rikugien offers a quiet resting and strolling place in the hectic Tokyo life.
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