‪Meiji Shrine Imperial Garden‬
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الجوار: شيبويا، هاراجوكو، إبيسو
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PablerasLogro_o
‪Logrono‬, إسبانيا2,336 مساهمة
4.0 من 5 دوائر
زوجان • ‪مايو 2024‬
‪Yoyogi Park is one of the largest in the city, with wide paths and gigantic trees.
It has a paid garden area that is worth it, they are very well-kept gardens with flowers (the blooming of the lilies must be spectacular), a lake, a tea house.
A very nice place to take a quiet walk‬
كُتب بتاريخ 25 مايو 2024
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Susan T
‪Mount Pleasant‬, ‪Wisconsin‬598 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
العائلة • ‪أبريل 2024‬
‪A spacious park in the midst of a busy city. A good place to find peace and calm. It was a nice, sunny day for such a leisurely walk through the park. We saw a bunch of turtles sunning on some rocks near the pond. The cherry blossoms were not yet in full bloom. I imagine that it must be spectacular, though.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 8 مايو 2024
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Goven
Edmonton212 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
العائلة • ‪أبريل 2024‬
‪What a beautiful peaceful place to stroll around and also to become aware of some of Japan's history. There are many tours going through however they can be avoided. when walking around.And one doesn't need to go on a tour as there is explanations in English. Flowers are starting to come out however not alot yet.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 أبريل 2024
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E C
فيكتوريا, أستراليا321 مساهمة
4.0 من 5 دوائر
بمفردك • ‪نوفمبر 2023‬
‪This is a nice garden but unlike most you see in Japan I would not call this a manicured garden. Very tranquil and in spring this would be 5 out of 5 but unfortunately for autumn the Azalea garden is bare and a bit unsightly, in the Iris garden there are no Iris’ but the maples surrounding make up for it.‬
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Noé Fortie
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العائلة • ‪أبريل 2023‬
‪The moment you pass through those towering wooden torii gates, you're transported to a serene world. The vast forested grounds are a breath of fresh air in the bustling city. The shrine itself is a place of reverence, and the chance to witness traditional Japanese weddings is a cultural treat. What struck me most was the contrast between the shrine's quiet beauty and the lively Harajuku neighborhood right outside its gates. It's not just a religious site; it's a glimpse into Japan's rich history and the perfect escape from the city's hustle and bustle. Meiji Shrine is a must-visit for anyone seeking a peaceful retreat in the heart of Tokyo.
كُتب بتاريخ 24 أكتوبر 2023
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junjun
طوكيو, اليابان26,229 مساهمة
4.0 من 5 دوائر
زوجان • ‪أغسطس 2023‬
‪We will provide information about Meiji Jingu Gyoen, located in Yoyogi Jingu-cho, Shibuya-ku. We visited Meiji Jingu Gyoen on September 20, 2023. We recommend using JR Yamanote Line Harajuku Station to access Meiji Jingu Gyoen. When you exit the west exit of Harajuku Station, you will see the first torii gate of Meiji Jingu right in front of you. If you use the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line or Fukutoshin Line Meiji Jingumae Station, you will see Jingu Bridge right in front of you when you exit from Exit 2, and when you cross it you will see the first torii gate. The entrance to Meiji Jingu Gyoen is usually the Gyoen Kitamon Gate. After passing through the large torii gate and walking about 80m, you will see a small path on your left. At the end of the path is the Gyoen Kitamon Gate. The Gyoen Higashimon Gate opens during the first three days of the New Year and in June when the irises are in full bloom. The Gyoen Higashimon Gate is located on the left, about 6 minutes and 500m walk from the first torii gate. Meiji Jingu Gyoen was built in 1903 as a promenade garden by Emperor Meiji, who arranged for Empress Shoken, who was in poor health, to exercise, and planted irises. It is said that Meiji Jingu Gyoen was a major reason why Yoyogi was chosen as the location of Meiji Jingu. Also, compared to the hustle and bustle of Meiji Jingu, Meiji Jingu Gyoen is a space where you can stroll leisurely and calm your mind, without the crowds.

★《Recommended walking route for Meiji Jingu Gyoen》
① "Kakuuntei" ⇒ ② "Otsuridai" ⇒ ③ "Minamiike" ⇒ ④ "Iris Field" ⇒ ⑤ "Kiyomasa Well" ⇒ ⑥ "Tsutsujiyama"

The highlights of Meiji Jingu Gyoen are summarized below, so we hope you will find it useful. After visiting Meiji Jingu Gyoen and Meiji Jingu, you can visit Jingu Gaien and other areas to further experience history and nature.

01_【Quick notes】
⑴ Address: 1-1 Yoyogi-Kamizonocho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8557 Tel: 03-3379-5511 (main)
⑵ Opening hours of Meiji Jingu Gyoen
A. March to October: 9:00am to 4:30pm
B. November to February: 9:00am to 4:00pm
C. June: 8:00am to 5:00pm (6:00pm on weekends)
⑶ Maintenance fee: 500 yen
⑷ Closed days of Meiji Jingu Gyoen: None (open all year round)
02_【Highlights of Meiji Jingu Gyoen】
★《Entrance to Meiji Jingu Gyoen》
The entrance to Meiji Jingu Gyoen is usually the "Gyoen Kitamon Gate". Go through the large torii gate and go about 80m to the left, and you will find a small path. At the end of the path is the Imperial Palace North Gate. The Imperial Palace East Gate opens in June, when the irises are in full bloom, on the first three days of the New Year. The Imperial Palace East Gate is about a 6-minute walk, 500m, from the first torii gate on the left.

⑴ Overview of Meiji Jingu Gyoen ~ A garden developed for Empress Shoken ~

On the south side of the shrine is the lush Meiji Jingu Gyoen, covering an area of approximately 83,000m2. During the Edo period, Meiji Jingu Gyoen was the garden of the Kato and Ii families' lower residences, but during the Meiji period it came under the jurisdiction of the Imperial Household Ministry and was called Minami-Toshima Imperial Estate. Later, Emperor Meiji developed it as a promenade garden in 1903 for the exercise of the frail Empress Shoken. The Meiji Shrine Imperial Garden was one of the main reasons why Yoyogi was chosen as the site for Meiji Shrine. At the entrance to Meiji Shrine Imperial Garden, there are pictures of flowers that can be seen in the garden, as well as rare birds such as Japanese white-eyes, robins, varied tits, goshawks, brown-eared bulbuls, and great spotted woodpeckers. In spring, azaleas turn color, and in June, irises brighten up the rainy season, and from autumn to winter, the leaves turn vibrant red.

By the way, Emperor Meiji only visited this place once in January 1886, but Empress Shoken visited nine times by June 1909.

⑵ Iris Fields
When the iris fields were built, there were only about 80 varieties of irises planted in them. Currently, about 1,500 irises of 150 varieties are in full bloom. The iris fields are in full bloom from early June to mid-July, and the sight of colorful irises in white, pink, purple, and other colors blooming among the surrounding greenery is a spectacular sight. However, the iris fields cannot be viewed in their entirety, and are designed to be viewed while walking along a small path. Along the way, there are thatched-roof gazebos and eight bridges. By the way, gazebos are also written as 'azumaya' and are simple buildings set up for resting in gardens and parks.
⑶ 'Kakuuntei'
'Kakuuntei' is located towards the north gate of the Imperial Palace, and is a resting place in a wooden house built in the sukiya style built by 'Emperor Meiji' for 'Empress Shoken' in 1900. 'Kakuuntei' was burned down during the Second World War. The current building was rebuilt in 1958. Currently, entry to the "Kakuuntei" is prohibited. Inside the "Kakuuntei" is a teahouse with a "Zarei-no-ma" and a "Ryurei-no-ma". Tea ceremonies are sometimes held there.
⑷ "Kiyomasa Well"
"Kiyomasa Well" is one of the most famous springs in Tokyo, said to have been dug by "Kato Kiyomasa". "Kiyomasa Well" has an average water volume of 60 liters per minute, and the water temperature remains constant at about 15℃ throughout the four seasons, so the spring water never stops flowing all year round. As soon as I arrived at "Kiyomasa Well", I was amazed by its overwhelming transparency. The water is so clear that you can clearly see the stones at the bottom. This is truly what they call pure water. It is so clear that you will be moved by its beauty. This "Kiyomasa Well" is said to be the most famous "power spot" in "Meiji Shrine" and is visited by many people. According to Feng Shui, Kiyomasa Well is located on the dragon vein, which is the flow of energy from Mt. Fuji to the Imperial Palace, and the fact that Kiyomasa Well is a dragon hole is said to be the reason it is called a power spot. The spring water of Kiyomasa Well has the power to purify bad energy and improve luck, and is said to be particularly effective in improving financial luck. This well, which is said to have been dug by Kato Kiyomasa, a famous military commander, at the beginning of the Edo period, is said to bring various benefits to those who set the image of it as their wallpaper. 5. Minamiike Pond Minamiike Pond, which retains the appearance of the Imperial Estate era, was named after its location on the south side of the shrine. In summer, water lilies and water lilies bloom. The water source is Kiyomasa Well, which flows under the Shinbashi Bridge on the south approach to the shrine, and when it goes outside the garden, it becomes an underground channel that flows under Takeshita Street in Harajuku, and empties into the Shibuya River (underground channel). You can feel the richness of the shrine forest as wild birds bathe around the pond and migratory birds visit from late autumn to early winter. Empress Shoken is said to have enjoyed fishing in this pond. When Emperor Meiji heard about this, he ordered carp and crucian carp to be released into the pond.
⑹ Fishing platform
There is a fishing platform that juts out into the Nanchi area. Empress Shoken enjoyed fishing here. One day, she caught a red-bellied newt, which caused a laughing match. Emperor Meiji, hearing this, apparently instructed his chamberlain to "release the carp and crucian carp." Empress Shoken also made sure that all the fish she caught were returned to the water.
كُتب بتاريخ 22 سبتمبر 2023
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Chris L
ماونتن فيو, كاليفورنيا198 مساهمة
4.0 من 5 دوائر
‪يونيو 2023‬
‪This was my second visit, this time we arrived during the peak of iris season, which is the premier flower in this garden. Despite that, it didn't feel crowded. There's no indoor spaces (I don't believe the teahouse serves anything), but it's a beautiful set of photo opportunities, and not as crowded as Meiji Shrine.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 22 أغسطس 2023
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jjluke
كالجاري, كندا2,049 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
زوجان • ‪يونيو 2023‬
‪A few steps away from the main pathway to the shrine you'll find this wonderful garden which is a great way to experience some tranquility juxtaposed to the very busy touristy area. For a modest fee, you will be greeted by a beautiful display of flowers. Highly recommended if you are looking to get a breather. When we went, there were fewer tourists relative to the main pathway and shrine. If you found this review of interest, I would greatly appreciate a thumbs up so I know where to focus my future review efforts!‬
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delagioventu
‪Luxembourg City‬, لكسمبورج1,538 مساهمة
4.0 من 5 دوائر
العائلة • ‪أغسطس 2023‬
‪Summer is probably not the best season to visit this garden it was also extremely hot. Shott walk, pity the teahouse was closed, nice pond but nothing too memorable.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 3 أغسطس 2023
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Akshay Sharma
نيودلهي, الهند11,101 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
‪يونيو 2023‬
‪When you visit Meiji Shrine, there is a garden on the left hand side. In fact it is a combo of 3 gardens with a beautiful lake filled with lotus. It is an old Japanese garden well maintained with different flowering plants. A must see place. There is an entry ticket to this place.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 يونيو 2023
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