Established in 1695, Rikugien Garden (六義園, Rikugien) is one of Tokyo's most famous gardens. The traditional Japanese garden is renowned for its autumn foliage and accompanying light illumination event, making it one of the city's most popular spots during the fall. Rikugien Garden is also spectacular in spring, where pink cherry blossom trees accentuate the lush greenery of the surroundings.
Rikugien Garden was designed to mimic the elements of traditional Waka poetry from classical Japanese literature. The gardens were originally founded by Yoshiyasu Yanagisawa, an Edo-period samurai.
The garden can be accessed from Komagome Station by either the JR Yamanote train line or the Namboku Metro line. You can also take the Toei Mita line to Sengoku Station.
Rikugi-en is one of Tokyo's best landscape gardens is beautifully lit up for the autumn season.
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