Hama-rikyū Gardens

Originally built by 17th-century shoguns for their private enjoyment, Hama-rikyu is now a public walking garden with an all-season range of flowers and flowering trees. The highlight is the tea house, picturesquely set on a small island in the middle of a pond, where green tea and sweets are available for ¥500. The garden is located next to Tsukiji fish market. A boat which runs up the Sumida River to Tokyo/Asakusa|Asakusa departs from inside the park.

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Information

  • Direction: 7 min walk from Shinodome, Tsukiji-shijo or Yurikamome subway stations, 10 min. walk from JR Shimbashi station
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  • Price: Park admission ¥300 (age 65+ ¥150, primary school children free)

Contact

  • Address: 1-1 Hama-rikyū Teien
  • Phone Number: +81 03-3541-0200
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