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    Rikugien Garden is a beautiful traditional Japanese garden established in 1702 (Edo Period) along with the villa for Yoshiyasu Yanagisawa, which features the six elements from Japanese tradition. Rikugien Garden features a pond with islands and man made hills, which is typical of this sort of garden in the Edo Period. This is know as the Kaiyu-shiki-teien or strolling or Promenade Style. Rikugien Garden is held in high regard and is designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty. Rikugien Garden was opened to the public in 1938.

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    1. Profile photo of Craig FryerCraig Fryer Post authorRikugien Garden
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      Rikugien Garden isn’t some where you hear about often. It is little out of the way compared to some of the other parks and Japanese gardens in Tokyo. However, when the leaves turn red and orange November it is one of the best places to visit in Tokyo.

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