• 08/26/2010
  • 03/01/2021

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Tokyo

???Urban Oasis??? Have you been to any Tokyo gardens? Even within the heart of Tokyo, many Japanese gardens are maintained for public admission, in such places as temples, hotels,or the ex-mansions of feudal lords. Here is the samples of the Japanese gardens of Tokyo. ex)??? Happoen (????喝??); Previously the mansion of a daimyo lord. The beautiful garden is now used for wedding ceremonies.? Shirokanedai, Minato-ku. ??? KyuShibarikyu-onshiteien (??ц????√??????綺???); this garden of a daimyo lord from the early Edo-period.?? Hamamatsucho, Minato-ku. ??? Kiyosumiteien (羝?羮?綺???); A garden circuit, situated around a central pond and pine trees.? Kiyosumi, Koto-ku. These gardens include the traditional Japanese-style gardens such as ???pond circuit???gardens designed for viewing while strolling around a central pond, as well as Zen-influenced karesansui (???臼羂?, ???dry???) gardens that use sand and rock to express mountain and water. These enable you to experience a refined beauty that is unique to Japan. ???Shinjuku Gyoen??? Shinjuku Gyoen (??医?緇∴??)?was constructed on the site of a private mansion belonging to Lord Naito (?????ゆ??), a daimyo of the Edo era. It’s completed in 1906,originally created as a garden for the Imperial Palace. Shinjuku Gyoen in 1934. It was re-designed as a national garden after World War? and opened to […]