||The highlight of Rikugien Garden can be the artificial hills and the broad pond. It was constructed by Yoshiyasu Yanagisawa in 1695. And Rikugien Garden is also famous for its wide variety of flowers which presents a beautiful season's transition.
Since Rikugien Garden is located in a residential area, if you visit there on weekdays, it can help you avoid congestion. The nearest station (Komangome station) is also close to Ikebukuro and Korakuen. It may take you one or one and a half hours to enjoy the entire Rikugien Garden.
||6-16-3 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0021
||87,800 square meters
||7 minute walk from Komagome station (JR Yamanote line, Tokyo Metro Nanboku line)
10 minute walk from Sengoku station (Toei Subway Mita line)
||December 29 to January 3
||General: JPY 300, Seniors 65 and older: JPY 150