Garden at the Tokyo National Museum

A hidden garden in Tokyo's Ueno Park

By Mandy Bartok    - 1 min read

The Tokyo National Museum is a fantastic year-round destination for any visitor, but those who stop in during the springtime will have the chance to wander the museum's traditional Japanese garden. Open only for a few weeks in April, the grounds boast six beautiful tea houses that were moved to the property from various regions in Japan. The blooming cherry trees are a true highlight, but even when the petals have fallen, the paths still make for a peaceful stroll. The garden is free with the purchase of any regular admission ticket to the museum.

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Mandy Bartok

Mandy Bartok @mandy.bartok

Japan resident for 10+ years, with time spent in Okinawa, Kumamoto and Tokyo.