Hamarikyu Garden (Hamarikyuuonshiteien, 浜離宮恩賜庭園) is Japanese style of garden located in Shiodome Tokyo. It was used to be separate garden for Shogun Tokugawa, and also it was the fort of Edo city during the Edo period. Then, it became a part of Imperial garden. In 1946, it was opened for public. It has traditional style of garden, great pond and flower gardens. In the middle of pond, there are tea house where you can enjoy Japanese tea. This garden was chosen as the special place of Japanese scenery and special place of historic monument.
Admission fee: 300 yen, 150 yen for over 65, free for kids.
This park was well designed for handy cap people. There are flat road for wheelchair person.
0. at Tokyo Station
1. use JR Yamanote Line to Shinbashi Station (3 min.)
2. walk east (10 min.)