Rikugien Gardens' Autumn Evening Illumination


posted on August 21, 2017

Rikugien creates magical view and beautiful evening in the center of Tokyo.

Rikugien Gardens is the must-see classical Japanese garden, which was built in 1702. It is a typical Japanese garden of the Edo era and known as one of the best spots for autumn foliage viewing in the Metoropolitan area. From late November, the garden will be light up after sunset, and you will see an amazing view at night. You can enjoy having green tea and snack at the cafe while experiencing an amazing illumination in the cent of Tokyo!

*Event dates and programs may be subject to change.

7 mins walk from JR Yamanote Line & Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line, Komagome Station
10 mins walk from Toei Mita Line, Sengoku Station

Date Time Entry Address
Late Nov ~ Early Dec 2017 ¥300 6-16-10 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
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