Hama Rikyu

A typical feudal lord’s garden from the Edo period, that contains seawater ponds and two former duck hunting grounds. Seawater ponds change with the tides and are a common feature of Japanese gardens built by the sea.

Access
Tsukiji-ichiba Station is three stops (8 minutes) after Akabanebashi Station on the Toei Oedo Line. A 7-minute walk.

Hama Rikyu

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