In Tokyo's ultra-chic neighborhood of Hiroo sits a small park, an escape from the madness and a place to sit and reflect.
Its real name is Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park, and it is bordered on one side by upmarket shops, and on the other by the Tokyo Metropolitain Library.
Here, children play football after school, old men fish in the pond, and mothers stroll with baby carriages. It's quiet and peaceful; hard to believe that Tokyo lies just on the other side of the trees.
Find out more about Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park.
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