So we took a Taxi and went the park is located in an isolated area, it was 9:39 the park was supposed to be open at 9 so it didn’t follow the timing and the place is very normal. I think that the Hibuya Park...More
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I planned to visit having read about the beautifully manicured garden. But this is far more than just a Zen garden, the original owners gathered stones from all over Japan to create stepping stones & decorations. There are greenstones, granite, sandstone, quartz stones & amazingly...More
I had couple of hours to spend and went to this garden. It was worth the visit. Nominal 300 Yen adult entry fare and free for kids. Big fish and turtles can be seen in the pond. Elegant trees of multiple varieties offer a beautiful...More
This is an extraordinary Japanese Zen style garden . A feudal lord changed this resident to a Garden and it was donated in 1932 to the city for the public . Very nice setting , a nice pond , stones of the Paths , brought...More
Spent much more time here than originally anticipated. The grounds staff does an amazing job at maintaining the park and landscape. Make sure you walk all around, great bridges and rivers and walk ways to enjoy.
Kiyosumi Garden is a Japanese-style landscape garden established by the founder of Mitsubishi group. A stroll-type garden with uniquely shaped rocks and stones, pond with carp and turtles and well-trimmed pine trees. We also saw herons and even a couple taking their wedding pictures in...More
I can't recommend Kiyosumi enough. A tranquil, beautiful landscape filled with wildlife. It is an essential stop on a visit to Tokyo.
Visited this park on a day when it happened to be free for all who wanted to enter. I don't know if woudl have been worth the entry fee, but for free it was enjoyable. The grounds were kept very clean and it radiating a...More