Hama-rikyu Gardens

Hama-rikyu Gardens
Hama-rikyu Gardens
Hama-rikyu Gardens
Hama-rikyu Gardens
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Featuring a tidal pond with water drawn from Tokyo Bay and a wild duck preserve, Hama-rikyu Gardens is the garden of the Tokugawa Shogunate family, and functioned as the branch castle of the Edo Castle during the Edo era. It's said that the garden's current form was completed during the reign of the 11th-generation Shogun, Ienari. After the Meiji Restoration, it became the detached palace of the imperial family, and was renamed Hama-rikyu.

Street address

1-1, Hama-rikyu-teien, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Access

Route1

  • <Otemon-guchi Gate>
    7 minutes by foot from Tsukijishijo Station or Shiodome Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line/ Shiodome Station on the Yurikamome Line

Route2

  • <Nakanogomon-guchi Gate>
    5 minutes by foot from Toei Subway Oedo Line, Shiodome Station, exit 10

Opening Hours

9:00-16:30 (Close at 17:00)

Closed

December 29 - January 3

Fee

Admissions:
300 yen for the general public
150 yen for seniors of age 65 years and above
(free for elementary school students and below)

Website

http://teien.tokyo-park.or.jp/en/hama-rikyu/index.html

Best season

Mar., Apr., May, Oct., Nov.

Point

Guide services provided through mobile information terminals are available (multilingual support).
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