Kyu-Shiba-Rikyu Garden

Travel Guide - Kyu-Shiba-Rikyu Garden


Kyu-Shiba-Rikyu Garden is one of the oldest existing Daimyo (feudal lord) gardens dating back to the Edo era (1603 – 1868).
It is a Japanese-style garden with ancient rockwork and a pond that used to be connected to the Tokyo Bay.
It is a traditional Japanese garden of “a landscape style with artificial hills and fountains”.

The 43,000 square meters garden was constructed by Okubo Tadatomo in 1678, and it took 8 years to complete.
The garden has been open to the public since 1924.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 – 17:00 (Admission until 16:30)


  • December 29 – January 3

Access / Public Transport

  • Short walk from JR Hamamatsucho Station
  • 5 minutes walk from Daimon Station on the Toei Asakusa Line (A09) or Toei Oedo Line (E20)

Address / Location

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WabisabyTokyo@WabisabyTokyo - 2021/11/23 15:38
A lovely place to enjoy of fall in Tokyo is Kyu Shiba Rikyu. It is totally worthy to visit it.

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iNok_TravelTokyo@iNok_TT - 2021/10/30 17:35
I visited Kyu Shiba Rikyu Garden Minato ward Tokyo Japan.
I was walking around in nice sunny day.
The garden was so…
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