Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a great tranquil garden located in Tokyo. It is a must visit while in Tokyo as it's one of the city’s largest parks. It’s a great place to walk around. Plenty of benches for people to sit around to people watch and enjoy the nice weather. There’s a traditional Japanese garden area, tea rooms and an English garden. Plenty of super clean public toilet as well. The entrance fee is very cheap. You should spend couple hours here to enjoy the lovely view.
The cherry blossom season is really good. This is the best venue for the “Cherry Blossom Viewing Party”. It is said to be an urban oasis. I went to the greenhouse for the first time, and it was interesting because various plants were grown. Although it was a weekday, the weather was good, so many people were watching cherry blossoms under the cherry trees. Still, because it is a large park, there was no feeling of being crowded and I could see the cherry blossoms slowly. The cherry blossom trees are also growing freely. There are many types, so you can enjoy it for a long time. There are many flowers besides cherry blossoms, so I would like to come also during change season.
With all the hustle and bustle of Tokyo there are not many quiet areas but this is one. 500 yen to get in and you can spend the day there wandering the paths and looking at all the gardens and plants. Some nice lakes. A very peaceful spot and one of the highlights of tokyo
This is a quiet courtyard in a bustling city, lush, and it seems that there are not many mountains in the parks of Tokyo. However, when the clock dialed back to the summer of 2013, as another new work by Xin Haicheng went online, it began to become different a large number of anime fans came here for pilgrimage. The name of the
movie is called "The Garden of Words" (Yu Ye Ye Ting Ting), and this beautiful courtyard is the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, which is known as the three major national parks in Japan with the Imperial Palace and Kyoto Imperial Garden. Chun Ying Qiu Feng, here is the care of nature. The appearance of the animation of Ye Ye Zhi Ting has also brought a layer of second-class charm here many important scenes including posters are included here.
Maybe its a good luck. When I walked into Shinjuku Gate with an umbrella, no one was crowded. The big park was cold and clear, and it was difficult for tourists to trace. In the afternoon, there was an annoying rain, and the green woods were more enchanting, grassy, and the lake was a little bit sloppy.
For the trip, the rain level adds a little inconvenience, but for Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, it is a icing on the cake. The romantic Dongting is undisturbed, and the scenes in the film are at your fingertips. I also know that most of the scenes in Japanese anime have prototypes in reality. If you can't tell which second, we will be in the world of infinite fantasy.
With the blessing of the Word of the Court, this seemingly bland garden seems to have aura, and people can't stop wanting to know more about it.
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a combination of a Japanese garden and a French garden. It was granted to Tokugawa Ieyasu in the Edo period. As the royal courtyard, the original Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is responsible for providing the tree branches and seeds of the street trees in Tokyo. Since the sixth year of Taisho (1917) and the fourth year of the Showa (1929), Shinjuku Gyoen has become a fixed place for the cherry blossom viewing and the Chrysanthemum.
If you are also a fan of Ye Ye Zhi Ting, you may wish to stay here when you visit Tokyo next time. Perhaps you can have more discoveries.
, Shinjuku-ku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 23 Opening hours: October 1st to March 14th 9
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a large park and garden located in Tokyo’s Shinjuku neighborhood. During the Edo period, the land was privately held by the Naito family. Following the Second World War, the garden was opened to the public and designated as a national park. There are more than 20,000 trees, including over 1,500 cherry trees, which attract large numbers of visitors during their bloom from late March to late April. There is also a popular French-style garden set within the park. As a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is an oasis of tranquility and well worth a visit.