stroll in Hamarikyu Gardens
Next, we'll take a pleasant and peaceful stroll in Hamarikyu Garden, a vast landscaped park in the middle of Tokyo characterised by its tranquility. When we reach the reach the pier we'll board a cruise boat and sail down the Sumida River to Asakusa, discovering Tokyo’s skyline and bridges from a different perspective. Asakusa is one of Tokyo oldest and best-preserved districts and on arrival we'll walk along the Nakamise Dori merchant street to reach the Sensoji Temple, marked by its huge lantern. The Nakamise Dori merchant street dates back to the Edo period when the temple’s neighbours were given special permission to open their shops in the approach to the temple. Your guide will lead you to small streets where you can still feel the presence of Ancient Japan.

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Lovely garden. Away from the busiest of Tokyo. Autumn foilage was beautiful

Beautiful garden with a lovely teahouse (I highly recommend trying the matcha tea with Japanese sweet, so delicious, made us fall in love with matcha tea). Beautifully maintained. Clean bathrooms. Lovely sanctuary within the city.

Nice garden to walk peacefully, there are a small tea house. 300¥ entry fees, but it worth it. I visited this garden during Sakura season it was charming and perfect sunny day. Its not crowded, many employers around having their lunch break at the garden.

Beautiful, peaceful place with Banzai trimmed trees and a nice tea house. It's nice to walk and relax here. Picnicking is not allowed and your can only sit on the benches. The gardens were restored after damages from the war and earthquakes, to what they looked like a long time ago. Be aware visits are subject to opening hours and you have to buy a ticket for 300 Yen.

Japanese Central Park - beautiful Japanese style garden in central Tokyo. Highly recommended.

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