Naturaleza in Tokyo

Meiji Jingu Shrine

Meiji Jingu Every New Year’s Day on ‘hatsumode’, Meiji Jingu, which is over 700,000 square meters in size, receives around 3 milli...

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

More about Shinjuku Gyoen Shinjuku Gyoen was originally created as a garden specifically for the Imperial family. The Old Western-style Imperial Rest...

Hamarikyu

A feudal lord garden designed with creative ideas and arrangements During the Edo period (1603 – 1868), feudal lords across Japan had second h...

Chidori-ga-fuchi

The moat surrounding the Imperial Palace is a famous place for cherry blossoms   This area has a moat which surrounds the Imperial Palace. Part of...

Nezu Museum

Take a breather while enjoying old Asian art In Tokyo, there is Minami-Aoyama which attracts the most refined and fashionable people. Nezu Museum i...

Rainbow Bridge

The landmark for the new Tokyo Bay Area   Rainbow Bridge is a suspension bridge that links Shibaura Wharf by Tokyo Bay to Daiba, and was opened in...

The Imperial Palace East Gardens

Imperial Palace East Gardens On the grounds of the Imperial Palace East Gardens, which has been open to the public since 1968, stand the innermost ci...

Yoyogi Park

Taking it easy just like a Tokyoite   Since Yoyogi Park is close to Harajuku Station, getting there after a round of shopping is simple. Take a bre...

Koishikawa Korakuen Garden

Korakuen, the garden for the Edo (Tokyo) residence of the Mito Tokugawas (Ibaraki Prefecture) Take a step outside and you’ll see Korakuen Amus...

Happo-en Garden

The view from the large restaurant windows is beauty itself Right in the heart of Tokyo is Happo-en in the middle of a lushly green upscale neighbor...

Todoroki Valley

A paradise of natural water, woods and animals within a city When it comes to nature within the city with the many man-made gardens and parks, Todoro...

Mt. Takao

Enjoy Mt. Takao, a mountain within a national park Mt. Takao is popular as a mountain which can be accessed easily from the city center. At an altit...

Mt. Mitake

A natural treasure chest spreading out within metropolitan Tokyo Mt. Mitake which is located in the lush nature of Chichibu-Tama Kai National Park i...

Ueno Zoo

The very popular giant panda is a must-see  Ueno Zoo is Japan’s first zoo established in 1882. It suffered a sad past during the Second W...

Kasai Rinkai Park

A civic park created to restore nature along the shores of Tokyo Bay Since its opening in 1989, Kasai Rinkai Park facing Tokyo Bay has been a highly...

Kyu Shiba Rikyu Garden

A surviving daimyo garden of Edo in the metropolis In the early part of the Edo Era in the year 1678, shogunate elder statesman Tadamoto Okubo set u...

Institute for Nature Study

Natural scenery that has survived to the present day This large green forest zone known as the Institute for Nature Study which remains in the heart...

Kiyosumi Garden

A famous garden representing the Meiji Era which saved many Tokyoites The basic form of Kiyosumi Garden was built when residences for an Edo Era bus...

Showa Kinen Park

A large leisure facility with a spreading rich green forest The government-managed park consists of a lush green zone which covers an area of 180ha...