Hamarikyu Garden

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Tokyo Hamarikyu Garden | Seaside Garden

Tokyo Hamarikyu Garden | Seaside Garden

The only surviving seaside garden of Edo Period (17-19th Century), Hamarikyu Garden was constructed as a residence of a Japanese feudal lord in the 17th century and later was an official duck hunting grounds for the Tokugawa Shougunate. Later it went into the hands of the imperial family during the Meiji Period. Ponds in the garden contain seawater, so scenery will delicately change with the ebb and glow of the tide.

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