For all four seasons of the year, visitors and even Japanese enjoy the relaxing and atmospheric scenes that “Koishikawa Korakuen” has much to offer. Need some refreshment boost-up for a long working day? Come here with us!
Koishikawa Korakuen Garden is just 5 minute walk from “Tokyo dome”. It is one of Tokyo’s oldest and best Japanese gardens. It was named “Korakuen” after a poem encouraging a ruler to enjoy pleasure only after achieving happiness for his people.
The garden is beautifully built blending in the natural environment, reproducing famous landscapes in miniature, with relaxing walking path among trees (plum, cherry, wisteria and iris), different-shaped stones, manmade hills and colorful fish eagerly watching your footstep. You will feel pretty much of energy balance here.
The Garden has much of its Japanese history stories to tell when you walk along the scenic path and explore the Japanese ancient architecture.[Information] Koishikawa Korakuen Garden
Hours: 9:00 ～ 17:00 (entry until 16:30)
Closed: December 29 to January 1
Seniors (65 and over): 150 yen
1 Chome-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo, Tokyo
5-10 minute walk from JR “Iidabashi Station” along the JR Chuo Line (local trains only) and the Tozai, Yurakucho, Namboku and Oedo Subway Lines.
5-10 minute walk from JR “Suidobashi Station” along the JR Chuo Line (local trains only).
10 minute walk from “Korakuen Station” along the Marunouchi and Namboku Subway Lines.