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With a history of more than 400 years, the garden had in the past been the property of various known samurai lords. The 10-acre-ground features several ancient stone lanterns, scarlet bridges over koi ponds, a stone garden, waterfall, as well as a...more
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After lunch the top of the hotel this was a perfect place for a stroll even though the weather was hot and humid. There are many shaded areas. Some of the shady paths have slippery footing especially after a rain. You can walk for hours...More
Hotel New Otani Tokyo has a beautiful Japanese garden well maintained. There is Nishikigoi(beaytiful carp) in the pond and the small waterfall is also very mpressive.There are not so many beautiful Japanese gardens in urbanized Tokyo center area. I think that it is a place...More
With waterfalls, small streams and koi ponds, shrines and tea houses, the Hotel New Otani Japanese garden is a wonderful place to start your day. Take a stroll or sit with a cup of coffee to take it all in, these gardens offer a unique...More
This is one of my favourite locations in Tokyo. My wife and I first visited this wonderful, tranquil garden 30 years ago and just recently revisited it for an anniversary. It has been lovingly maintained in the intervening years. There may be more fish in...More
In the grounds of the New Otani Hotel in Tokyo is a serene and surprisingly quiet Japanese Garden.
Containing some trees said to be 400 years old and a number of ponds with huge and colourful Koi, a large waterfall and a couple of small...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
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We were there in April when the garden was mostly green, with splashes of colour from azaleas & irises. Stunningly beautiful. Personally I'd love to see the garden again in winter with frost sparkling in the trees or a... More
We were there in April when the garden was mostly green, with splashes of colour from azaleas & irises. Stunningly beautiful. Personally I'd love to see the garden again in winter with frost sparkling in the trees or a sprinkling of snow dusting what is essentially a typically evergreen garden, with wonderful structure. The layout of the garden was beautiful looking down from our room & a serene oasis of green to walk through, I'm sure it would be no different in winter. In fact I'd imagine a winter wonderland.