Hama-rikyu is a beautiful garden located in the Shiodome area of central Tokyo. This is a family garden of Tokugawa Shogun. In the Edo period the garden's ponds were connected to the Tokyo Bay. It features a 300 year old pine tree and a field of wild flowers, making it a nice garden to take a stroll. There is also a tea house where is possible to do a tea ceremony.
Find out more about Hamarikyu Gardens.
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I'm a photographer & videographer. I was born and grew up in Prato (Italy) but now live in London (UK). I have always loved Japan, enjoy manga & anime, and visited Japan for the first time in 2013. Travelling is my life! I crossed North America, Africa, and Europe but Asia is the continent that fascinates me most so I visited Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, China, and Japan.