Hamarikyu Gardens only offers a few dozen sakura trees in total, but this huge park ranks very high in our hearts for its fantastic Edo-era style gardens, its large pond, and the different tea houses. We also love it for its unique location with one side of the park surrounded by a salt water moat and the other by huge skyscrapers that form the Shiodome business district. Being a hub that connects Tokyo and Odaiba together, there is a high chance than you will have to stop at Shiodome station during your next trip to Tokyo, and we can highly recommend you visit Hamarikyu Gardens whether you are looking for a hanami spot this spring or not.
Station : Shiodome (Oedo & Yurikamome Lines)
Entrance Fees : 300 Yen
Opening hours : 09:00 to 16:30
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