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Relax at the Former Yasuda Garden

Former Yasuda Garden 旧安田庭園 is a tranquil spot with a large pond in the center, perfect to bring you back down after an intense sumo experience.
With a history stretching back to the Edo period, the garden offers stone lanterns and a short bridge begging for photo opportunities. Ease your way around the pond to destress and get your shot of nature for the day.

The garden is open for visitors and entrance is free. It is located a few minutes’ walk from Kokugikan

Next to Former Yasuda Garden lies Yokoamicho Park 横網町公園, where you can find a memorial dedicated to all the people who lost their lives in the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake.
There is also a small museum in the park that explains what happened during the disaster that claimed over 100 000 lives.

(Source: Japan Travel by NAVITIME)

Tags: Nature , Tokyo

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Opening hours:
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Address:
Former Yasuda Garden, 1 Chome-12-1 Yokoami, Sumida City, Tokyo, Japan

Phone Number:
+81 3-5608-6291

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  • Judy

    You must visit this garden! Very picturesque and calming. You can spend some time admiring the koi and turtles in the lake. Great for a quick stop.

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