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Hamarikyu is a waterfront in Tokyo. It is said to be an oasis in Tokyo. Hamarikyu is loved since ancient times.
This beautiful Japanese garden is only a few mintues walk from JR Hamamatsucho station. It's like visiting Kyoto while in Tokyo. There's a teahouse where you can enjoy authentic matcha. Definitely worth a visit when you come to Tokyo!
It is a beautiful Japanese garden modeled as a hawk hunting ground of General Tokugawa during the Edo era of Japan. My recommendation is to walk to Tsukiji Market → Hamarikyu Park. → Go to Asakusa by ferry at the ferry terminal in Hamarikyu Park. Or go to Odaiba.
This garden is a typical Daimyo(Japanese feudal lord) garden in the Edo period with a tidal pond(Shioiri-no-Ike) and two wild-duck hunting sites(Kamoba).
“One of the landmarks in Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku Sumitomo Building houses the HQ of Sumitomo and a variety of "sky" restaurants in it's 49th floor. Check out Banya Restaurant for good Japanese dishes!”