Arisugawa-no-Miya Memorial Park
Right in the heart of Tokyo lies Arisugawa-no-miya (imperial prince arisugawanomiya) Memorial Park, an urban land which boasts an area of approximately 6.7 hectares. As you walk through the park, you cannot miss the Japanese garden and a pond that is home to carp, gobies, and turtles. While taking a leisurely walk along the forest road, you will be able to admire the seasonal flowers, hear the twitter of wild birds, and come across autumn dragonflies. Why take a little break to have a healthy Japanese lunch known as obento? Within this park, there is Tokyo Metropolitan Central Library, book lovers will have a marvelous time.