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Breathtaking Rose Festival, Japanese Gardens, and mini concert

Hosted by the Consul of the Tokyo Music Lovers Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Sun 26 May 10:00 - 17:30

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Discover an excellent rose festival at the heart of Tokyo and enjoy classical music mini concert!

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See attached event profile pictures, I took them on 12th May, Protected content . Just right now, Spring Rose festival is ongoing. You shall be excited to see more than hundred kinds of different Roses in the western style garden. The Japanese garden was designed by a Jibei Ogawa in early 20th century, who was the most talented and respected Japanese gardener in gardening history. This is one of the best places in Tokyo, that you will be able to spend a beautiful and calm time.

By 20 min slow walk from Protected content , you will reach one more graceful, cultural heritage Japanese garden, which was owned by Mitsubishi group founder family in early 20th century, called Rikugien Gardens (六義園) This strolling, mountain and pond-style garden had been created based on the theme of Waka poetry in Protected content Period – 元禄).

The garden has a typical Edo period style. In the Meiji Period, this place became a second residence of the founder of Mitsubishi Group, Iwasaki Yataro. In Protected content , the family donated this garden to the City of Tokyo. In Protected content . it was designated as a special site of exceptional beauty and an important cultural asset.

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JPY Protected content Discount ticket to cover two parks

10:00 Meeting Time. It’s a bit early, but needs to avoid the congestion at Protected content

- Garden mini concert may be cancelled subject to the weather
- This authentic house entering is not planned, as an advanced booking is required.
- There is no restaurant in either of the two parks.
- Japanese Tea house (Tea and Small Japanese sweet only) is available
- Alcohol drink is not allowed to bring in.
- You may bring soft drinks and snacks into the parks

Our previous garden visit activity – Photo Gallery Protected content