Koishikawa Botanical Garden


Koishikawa Botanical Garden, which is affiliated with Tokyo University, is open to the public.The garden used to be the Koishikawa Goyakuen, created in the Edo period. The 40-acre site is home to many ancient Japanese plants, relics, and plants that serve as valuable research materials. It is the birthplace of modern botany and serves as a center for botanical research in East Asia. Besides seasonal forests such as plum, cherry, camellia, azalea, and maple, there are also greenhouses and a medicinal garden. It will be fun to visit with a guide who is knowledgeable about forests!