Hamarikyū Teien （浜離宮恩賜庭園）
The Hamarikyu garden was built during the Edo period (1603 – 1868) as a leisure place for the Shogun.
Therefore it was built directly next to Tokyo Bay on swampland and featured a gorgeous view on the sea and towards the mountains.
There are several duck hunting sites, teahouses, and other facilities which entertained the Shogun.
This garden is famous for:
- The teahouses
- The tidal pond
- The duck hunting sites
- The Cherry blossoms
- The Peony blossoms
- The seasonal flower fields
More information and a digital guidebook are available on the website of Real Japanese Gardens.