Public Garden Tour

Kiyosumi Garden

Public Garden Tour

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Only 8 spots available!

We will focus on one garden in Tokyo. During the tour you will learn a lot about the history of this garden, but also about general garden elements and special features of traditional Japanese gardens!
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A tour through the seasonal Tokyo gardens, famous for their ponds, tea houses, plants, and collection of huge rocks.
All tours led by the garden professional Anika Ogusu.

We will meet at the main entrance of each garden at 10 AM.
After getting our tickets for the garden (either 300 or 150 Yen, not included in the ticket price) we will start the tour and I will tell you everything interesting about the garden’s history and its elements.

Questions about the garden are welcome anytime.

Please bring your kids along but understand that I won’t interrupt the tour in case of “emergencies”. You are welcome to leave or join the group at any time. I understand that children can be louder, especially when bored, however, in case other participants will not be able to understand me, I will ask you to stay a little bit behind.

The tour is taking place in the rain! Note that Japanese gardens look especially nice when everything is wet.

I will cancel the tour only if the forecast predicts heavy rain or due to an emergency on my side.

Every participant of 15 years or older is asked to pay the fee of 20 Dollar for this 1-2 hour+ tour.

The tour will only take place by 3 or more participants!

I will refund the amount for the tour in case we receive an Email 24 hours prior to the set date.
The host can cancel the tour even in the morning prior the tour in case an emergency happens. In this case, the amount is fully refunded.
It is impossible to claim any other expenses you have made prior to participate in the tour.

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More information and a digital guidebooks are available on the website of Real Japanese Gardens.