Located near Shiodome around the edge of the courtyard of the palace at the Hamarikyu Gardens, every spring golden Nanohana flowers carpet the surroundings from the entrance of the Hamarikyu Gardens. The Hamarikyu Gardens are divided into the South courtyard and the North courtyard. Up until 1946 the Hamarikyu Gardens were closed to the outside world.
Viewing Nanohama Fields
Alongside the cherry blossoms, visitors of the Hamarikyu Gardenscan enjoy the charming scenery of the Nanohana flowers fields carpeting the Hamarikyu Gardens which is separated by a small trail so that visitors can slow down enjoy the romance of spring.
The best time to view the Nanohana flowers is from the beginning of February to the beginning of April as they will be in full bloom.
The vastness of the Nanohana flower fields is hard to believe as it is in busy and crowded Tokyo. The Hamarikyu Gardens is close to Shiodome and Tokyo Station with the surrounding high-rise buildings overlooking the Nanohana flower fields which create an interesting beautiful of nature and modernization.
visitors can feel the warm spring atmosphere while walking about the Nanohana flower fields at the Hamarikyu Gardens.
Standing about the Nanohana flower fields, the natural landscape makes for a beautiful picture.
Couples, families and friends come to see the Nanohana flower fields in the warm weather.
The tone of the Nanohana flower fields at the Hamarikyu Gardens is gentle and warm as visitors relax in the fields.
Family push baby carriages, and picnic on the grass alongside the Nanohana flower fields at the Hamarikyu Gardens creating a harmonious atmosphere.
After enjoying the view of Nanohana flowers, visitors can walk along the trail to the dock of the Sumida River.
Walk along the road for about 5 minutes and visitors can see the Sumida River cruise ship dock. At the terminal ticket office visitors can buy tickets to take the Sumida River cruise to Odaiba and enjoy the Tokyo Bay scenery. Visitors can also enjoy the view of Rainbow Bridge and the coastal scenery which makes for a spectacular view.
Visitors can check out the beautiful ponds located in the Hamarikyu Gardens and the Japanese tea house to enjoy Japanese snacks. This is definitely a great way to welcome in the spring atmosphere.
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Address: 1-1 Hamarikyuteien, Chuo, Tokyo
12 minutes walking from Shiodome Station
9 AM – 5 PM (last entrance at 4:30 PM)
*3/25 to 4/9 9 AM – 6PM (last entrance at 5:30 PM)
*12/29 – 1/1 Closed
300 yen for Adults
150 yen for Seniors
*Elementary school students and Tokyo residents are free
WebsiteHamarikyu Gardens (Japanese)