One of famous Japanese traditional style garden parks in Tokyo! It's in a water front! One of famous Autumn leaves parks.
The Hama-rikyu Gardens are built around the a central pond. In the middle of the pond is a teahouse, where you can sit down to enjoy a cup of matcha tea throughout the year. The garden's pond is connected to the sea, and water flows in and out with the tide, meaning the park is in a permanent state…
Hama-rikyu is one of the most recommended Japanese gardens in Tokyo, which includes a tidal pond, duck hunting sites, traditional teahouses, and a Japanese black pine that is more han 300 years old. First established in the Edo Era as a household villa of the Shogunate, it came to be an imperial…
“There was a nice exhibition about renaissance of architecture. It is located quite near from Meguro river, peaceful place. I like the feeling there.”
“Dating from the early Showa period in the 1920s, this Japanese building shows signs of influence from Western architecture. Inside, the spacious exhibition hall seems to stretch on endlessly, whetting one’s appetite for its treasures. The displays have a distinctive Showa flavor—a glimpse into an interesting era of Japan’s development. Right after opening or before closing, there are fewer people, so you can have a relaxing tour. At those times, it’s quiet enough to hear the wooden floor creak under your feet, which adds to the retro ambience.”
“Historic Japanese traditional arts theater. Noh is a classic stage drama based on historical myths and stories.”
“One of Tokyo's Hidden Gems! Enjoy this peaceful quaint Japanese garden, especially during the Autumn Foliage and Spring Seasons”
“The exhibitions are world-class, focused mainly on contemporary culture, but the secrets of the Mori Art Museum’s success are location (part of the phenomenally popular Roppongi Hills), location (on the 52nd and 53rd floors of the Mori Tower, offering spectacular views) and location (within a two-floor ‘experience’ that includes a bar, cafe, shop and panoramic observation deck). ”