Rikugien is the metropolitan garden in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo. Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu bet and made the time of 7 years in 1695. A pond is dug and a mountain is built, and I irrigate, and it’s said that they took Oizumi water.
The weeping cherry tree which makes a pale pink flower bloom is famous at the end of March. In autumn, colored leaves are also a highlight. A light up is also done at spring and autumn. It’s renowned as the Japanese garden which represents Tokyo, and there are a lot of tourists from foreign countries, too.
Address: Honkomagome 6, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo (GoogleMap)