Came here expecting to explore a garden and for my disappointment I found out the walking trail is closed and you can no longer enter the park. Sorry guys.
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The gardens were immaculately kept. There were several water features with massive Koi and other fish. We could clearly see them from our room on the 22nd floor. You could get lost in the myriad of paths through the garden, and there were plenty of...More
This is certainly worth spending a leisurely time in the beautiful gardens. It was very peaceful just a little oasis in a busy city
Beautiful setting, waterfalls, tranquil, lots of wedding photos and also great to look at from the breakfast café inside the hotel too.
As guests of the hotel, we went down to the garden. A beautiful garden with a waterfall. There is a restaurant within the garden overlooking the garden. A nice place to relax, after a tiring day
This is a beautiful, 400-year-old traditional garden, complete with an amazing waterfall. This was one of the reasons we selected New Otani for the first few days of our trip to Japan, and it was not disappointing. (It's always a bit of a worry when...More
A surprise garden behind the hotel, lots of water and koi and extremely pretty setting. Well worth a visit.
We were lucky to stay at The New Otani and enjoy the gardens. I would highly recommend anyone to go see the gardens even if they were not staying there.
It was beautiful day in the first weekend of April, 2017 and the event was nice surprise. I did not know about this event, so if you have a chance to stay in early April in Tokyo, check the New Otani Website for any information....More