Ochanomizu, Suidobashi, Korakuen
Hydrangeas at Tokyo’s Hakusan ShrineRead Later
Even if you want to see beautiful hydrangeas in bloom, travelling far for them can be difficult. As such, I’ll be introducing a place I recommend visiting for people staying in the heart of Tokyo: Hakusan Shrine and Hakusan Park, located in Tokyo’s Bunkyo Ward. This area is famous for having the most hydrangeas growing in the metropolitan area, with around 3000 hydrangeas planted. A hydrangea festival is held every year in mid-June, as the hydrangeas reach their peak beauty.
See Tokyo’s autumn leaves at the peak of their beauty this November, and upload your photos to your SNS!Read Later
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From Kōrakuen Station of Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line just few minutes walk to Koishikawa Korakuen.
“Umakara Ramen Hyori” in Suidobashi; a deluxe bowl of ramen with mega-size karaage (fried chicken) on spicy thick soup with umami!Read Later
Visited “Hyori” in Suidobashi! This is a direct shop of the famous “Takano Tsume” ramen shop in Gyotoku area in Chiba.
Must-visit Cherry Blossoms viewing spot, Koishikawa Botanical Garden•Harimazaka (Bunkyou-ku of Tokyo).Read Later
The place is just few minutes walking distance from Myougadani Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line. After pass the ticket gate and walk through Kasugadoori...
Don’t miss out on a high-level professional Japanese baseball game, if you visit Japan in summer!Read Later
Sightseeing and shopping must be a fun part of your holiday in Japan, but there is something for those who are keen for a unique experience that is different to the usual Japanese tours.