Apr/13 - 5/6, 2019 Spring at Rikugien Garden -Azaleas in a Feudal Lord's Garden-

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Apr/13 - 5/6, 2019 Spring at Rikugien Garden -Azaleas in a Feudal Lord's Garden-2.6

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 from 4/13 '19 to 5/6 '19


After the cherry blossoms are over, now is the season of the azalea.
Rikugien Garden is widely recognized as one of the best gardens in Japan, and over 1,000 of 30 varieties purple, red, and white azaleas are in full bloom on middle-April to early-May.
This garden is a Japanese circuit-style garden(Feudal Lord's Garden) which is devised so that visitors can enjoy the passing scenery while strolling through the garden. Walking around Great Pond, you can view the changing scenery.
During 4/13 - 5/6, special guided tours and panels explaining azalea are available.
The Japanese style cafe is opened, you can relax and enjoy spring with the amazing view.

Admission: 300 yen
Access: a 7-min walk from Komagome Sta. on JR Yamanote line

*Please check the official website for the latest information.

Purposeeasily accessible,parade,Seasonal Flowers,shrine/temple,sightseeing
Airport/Sta.Komagome sta. (about 300m) Google Transit


5.02 weeks ago

Came here for sakura night viewing. The heavens opened up against the night sky. We took refuge under a hut in the gardens constructed next to a stream. With nowhere to go, the patter of the raindrops with the bubbling flow of water created instant zen.

Other than this chance encounter, Rikugien offers amazing night Sakura. The single tree by the entrance is almost worth the price of admission by itself but Rikugien offers much more than just that. A simply amazing experience.

5.0a month ago

Very beautiful park. Trees, architecture and flowers are wonderful. My preference around Komagome. The rhododendron ‘mountain’ is spectacular. Forest ambiance guaranteed.

4.05 months ago

It's really a nice park, quite spacious with beautiful scenery. There is also a unique tea house and since it's surrounded by nature it becomes the perfect place to take a stroll or just spend time reading your favorite book. The only thing is that you have to pay for the entrance fee.

5.0a month ago

A great experience, we tried also the tea cerimony. Highly suggested and touching moment in a magical environment. Splendid people that explained the meaning of the tea cerimony

5.04 months ago

Despite visiting in winter, it was easily one of the most beautiful of the gardens I visited in Tokyo. A prime example of a walking garden, the route is easy to follow and get the most of the experience without having to backtrack. Would highly recommend it to anyone visiting Tokyo.