Last updated on 10 April 08
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Rikugien Stroll Garden

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  • Rikugien Stroll Garden, Japan Photograph ©
  • Rikugien Stroll Garden, Tokyo Photograph ©

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A stroll garden made by Yanagisawa-Yoshimasa and designed to represent 88 picturesque scenes. The name of the garden comes from the six principles of Chinese poetry. The garden was given to the City of Tokyo in 1938. It has a central pond with small islands and the islands have a collection of rare stones. There is a high point in the north of the garden which provides a viewpoint and the south-east section of the garden is flat.
Address - Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Website - Visit the Rikugien Stroll Garden website

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  • over 6 years ago Anonymous said

    A beautiful garden around which to stroll and relax. My wife and I spent 4 glorious hours just looking out over the lake and watching the world go by!


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