Hamarikyu Gardens is a feudal lord garden that goes back to the Edo period(early 18th century). Although it is located in the heart of the city, you can feast your eyes on its lovely sights that combine history with nature. In the far distance, the imposing skyscrapers stretched out beyond the pond and forest look cool and mysterious. You can take a leisurely stroll passing by famous trees, duck farms, and traditional buildings, while taking in the seasonal ambience all around you. How about tasting the matcha and Japanese sweets in the tearoom facing the pond? This pond is also connected to Tokyo Bay where seawater flows into it and saltwater fish make their home.