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Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park (有栖川宮記念公園)

Step into the tranquil and breathtaking world of the Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park in Tokyo. Once an urban villa for Prince Tanehito, this park holds a rich history and magnificent landscapes that invite you to escape from the city’s hustle and bustle.

Gift from Prince Terunomiya Nobuhito in 1934, the park has since been transformed into a public green space, filled with the beauty of a Japanese garden. Explore its rolling hills, peaceful valleys, serene ponds, and a babbling brook as you stroll down the dirt paths and across a stone bridge.

Admire the diversity of landscapes as you walk down the slopes, with the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Library to one side and a mountain stream to the other. Let the tranquil atmosphere wash over you as you listen to the sounds of birds and the tumbling water. The pond is a peaceful haven, featuring two islands and stone lanterns that make it truly unique.

With each season, the Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park takes on a new character, offering a fresh and unforgettable experience. Witness the beauty of plum and cherry blossoms in spring, bask in the colors of irises and hydrangeas in summer, be amazed by the golden gingkoes and crimson Japanese maples in fall, and be captivated by the stunning plum blossoms in February.

Embrace the beauty and serenity of the Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park in Tokyo with each visit.

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