Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
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'Shinjuku Gyoen National Park' You can see Japanese style garden and beautiful Sakura in Spring.
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a large park with an eminent garden in Shinjuku and Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. It was originally a residence of the Naitō family in the Edo period.
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Hours 9:00~16:00 Closed mondays(or tuesday if a national holiday falls on monday)
Shinjuku-Gyoen Park is one of most awesome place in Tokyo. Very huge, quiet and beautiful.
Huge park where you enjoy picnic with nature inside the metropolitan. Its like a Central Park in NY. In the spring you can see the SAKURA blooming and in Falls many colored trees.
Shinjuku Gyoen is a very famous park! The view is beautiful and many tourists visit. There are beautiful gardens and ponds, and the cherry blossom season (April) is highly recommended!
If you are nature lover, visit this place. The place is full of more than hundred year old trees, flowers and other plants. This is a garden surrounded by skycrapers around. Nice place to take photos.
Shinjuku Gyoen is a scenic garden in Shinjuku, Tokyo. In 1906, it was built as a garden of the Imperial Family on the former site of Naito clan's residence which was the lord of Takato Domain in Shinshu. After that, it was opened to the public, and many people still enjoy their time in Shinjuku…
This Beautiful park is located in Shinjuku, it is also one of Tokyo's most popular tourist spots. During the different seasons, you are able to see the Cherry blossoms and Autumn red leaves.
Shinjuku Gyoen (新宿御苑) is one of Tokyo's largest and most popular parks. Located just a short walk from Shinjuku Station, the paid park's spacious lawns, meandering walking paths and tranquil scenery provide a relaxing escape from the busy urban center around it. In spring Shinjuku Gyoen becomes one…
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