Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
With a sprawling land of 14 acres and 10,000 trees, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden never fails to impress and amaze its visitors. There is no doubt that you are going to enjoy your half day trip there as you stroll through the Japanese garden whose roots go back to the Edo period, admire its European-style garden built in the Meiji period.
Spring is the best time for viewing famous spots of cherry blossoms and roses in Tokyo. Then in autumn, the fallen leaves of plane trees and maples put on a spectacular show. At ”Mother and Child Woods,” you can enjoy hanging around the flowers and insects. And take a little break to have lunch or a coffee at the park restaurant!