From its opening during the 1700s and until today, Rikugien is considered one of the most beautiful gardens in Tokyo. Made in kaiyuu-shiki style with a pond in the center, the scenery of the garden depicts that of a traditional Japanese poem. Rikugien is especially phenomenal during cherry blossom and fall foliage seasons.
6-16-3 Komagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. (last entry at 4:30p.m.)
Dec. 29 to Jan. 1
・General: ¥300 (¥240) ・65 and older: ¥150 (¥120) Prices in () are for groups of more than 20.
Free English guide available
【Shinjuku Sta.】— JR Yamanote Line / for Ikebukuro →【Komagome Sat.】from the South Exit ｰｰ→ about a 7-minute walk
【Tokyo Sta.】— JR Yamanote Line / for Ueno →【Komagome Sta.】from the South Exit → about a 7-minute walk
【Narita Airport Sta.】— the Keisei Line Limited Express / for Keisei Ueno →【Nippori Sta.】— JR Yamanote Line / for Ikebukuro →【Komagome Sta.】from the South Exit → about a 7-minute walk
【Haneda Airport Sta.】— the Tokyo Monorail Express / for Hamamatsucho →【Hamamatsucho Sta.】— JR Yamanote Line Line / for Tokyo →【Komagome Sta.】from the South Exit → about a 7-minute walk