Circuit style garden
Koishikawa Korakuen is one of Tokyo’s oldest and most beautiful Japanese style garden, and the best for storolling. “Korakuen” means “garden of presure last”. The construction of the garden was started in 1629 by Yorifusa Mito, who was close relatives of the Tokugawa Shogun, and finished after 30 years.
you can see a lot of kind of trees and plants such as, Plum, weeping cherry, wisteria, hydrangea amount, amaryllis, lily, pine, Zelkova, RObai, Yoshino cherry, cornel, Satozakura (turmeric), azalea rhododendrons, Deutzia Nori, Kakitsubata, iris, fringed iris, crested leopard, lotus, Kaya, Machilus thunbergii, Vertebral, Camellia japonica, Mukunoki and Irohamomiji,etc.
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Koishikawa korakuen （こいしかわこうらくえん） DATA
- Address: 1-6-6 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
- Area： 70,847.17square meters
- Transportation： 3 minutes walk from [Iidabashi Sta.] of Toei Subway Oedo Line,8 minutes walk from [Iidabashi Sta.] of JR Sobu Line, Tokyo-metro Tozai Line, Yurakucho Line and Nanboku Line
- Opening hours： AM9:00～PM17:00（entry until 16:30）
- Admission： 300YEN. over 65, 150YEN
- Phone： 03－3811-3015
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