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Discover the beauty of Tokyo’s gardens with Tokyo Metropolitan Gardens. Visit us today and experience the best of nature in the city.

Tokyo Metropolitan Gardens (東京都故園) are both traditional and modern (though mostly tradional) Japanese gardens and parks. These gardens are spread across Tokyo metropolis and are the backbone of most of the public green spaces. Most of the Tokyo Metropolitan Gardens require a small entrance fee (usually around ¥300) but some are for free. Many of the gardens are from the time of the Shoguns (Edo times), but some are are from the Meiji and Taisho (early modern) periods as well. A few are from the Showa time (WWII and afterwards). Each is a snapshop of the fashion and trends during the times when they were created. So get ready to explore Japanese cultured natural beauty and see some of the architecture that inspired the marvels being built today by exploring the Tokyo Metropolitan Gardens

Tokyo Metropolitan Gardens across the Metropolis : 東京都故園

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I have lived and worked with my family in Japan since 2005. For many years I have been interested in the very practical and creative side of Japanese culture. In my free time I travel around, enjoy hiking in the countryside and cities, and just generally seeing and doing new things. This blog is primarily a way for me to focus my energies and record and teach others about what I have learned by experience constructively. I am interested in urban development, and sustainable micro-economics, especially home-economics, and practical things everyday families can do to survive and thrive through these changing times.

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