The Former Yasuda Garden (旧安田庭園) is a medium sized traditional Japanese garden night next to the Edo-Tokyo Museum. While not the biggest, it is a very beautiful garden and most importantly it’s free!
Budget travel tips
It’s only a minute or two from Edo-Tokyo Museum, so it’s an easy walk.
Former Yasuda Garden is a nice place to check out during the cherry blossoms or autumn colours seasons.
How to get there
From Shinjuku station, take the Sobu Line (yellow JR line) to Ryogoku station (16 mins, 210 yen).
From Tokyo station, take the Yamanote line (green JR line) to Akihabara station, then the Sobu Line line (yellow JR line) to Ryogoku station (9 mins, 150 yen).
The garden is just behind the Edo-Tokyo Museum. The garden is surrounded by a wall with two small entrances, but there are lots of street maps around to help you.
Opening times: 9:30 to 4:30
Recommended hostels and Cheap Hotels
There are many hostels in nearby Asakusa and Akihabara.
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2 thoughts on “Former Yasuda Garden”
Beautiful gardens with the Skytree in the backdrop. Wrote a photos story, see the snaps, if interested.
Lovely photos! You must have a super expensive camera!
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