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Visited Early Nov. 2018.
Located very close to Kokubunji station, Chuo-line, Tokyo.
Approximately 25 min. from Shinjuku by rapid train to Kokubunji.
This is the old Japanese style garden, established around 100 years ago.
A delightful and beautiful garden with history old buildings blossoming trees and many birds. A lovely place to sit and contemplate from the open sided rest house. Maples in autumn but no Sakura in spring. Instead there is plum and wintersweet or robai to enjoy....More
Tonogayato is one of the best of the Japanese gardens in the Tokyo area (few on the ground compared to Kyoto). Its popularity has caught on in the last couple of years, but still tranquil enough on weekdays. It is at its best in autumn,...More
This is the beautiful Japanese garden! It's a perfect place taking a walk:) Until now, I have looked for the place I can get the peace of mind. This is it.
It takes about 30 minutes for around the garden but you can spend all...More
Although it's small it's very nice, and if you are in Kokubunji area and have 30 minutes to spare definitely consider spending them in this relaxing garden. You Take the south exit of Kokubunji station and turn left, the garden will shortly be on your...More
This is a local Japanese garden currently owned and operated by Tokyo City Hall. It was built by the Iwasaki Family (the founding family of Mitsubishi Corp.). The garden is one of a few Japanese gardens in the areas open for public with a minimal...More
I often visit this quiet and beautiful green tree garden for take a break. Here is unbelievable calm n peaceful place even though Kokubunnji station is very closed. I prefer staying late afternoon by myself. In Autumn, green forest turns beautiful red. I do recommend...More
The Tonogayato Gardens are beautiful; a welcome respite right near a train station in an urban area. Admission is less than $2 (less than $1 for seniors) and one can easily wile away an hour or more--even in February before the blossoms burst. A wonderful...More