Into November, the weather is always hot and cold, during the day is a little cool autumn, at night as if into the winter cold. Foreign tourists are not accustomed to this weather change. However, like Japan, you will not affect the mood of your trip, and when it comes to autumn, of course, is the season to enjoy the red leaves! Already in November, is it too late? No, now is the period of full leaves! Today, we would like to introduce the night light link. Ordinary tourists, you should not expect to see the leaves in evening, but this time we invite you to join us to have a trip of Rikugien Garden, to enjoy the fantastic red leaves at night. Just look at photos, is already attracted you, right?
Rikugien Garden is a representative of Japanese garden in Edo-period. It was completed in 1702 by the hands of the descendants of the Tokugawa general, and was designated by the Japanese government as a special place. It is one of the precious cultural heritage. This garden is based on the interesting song, “backwater type mountain spring water (pool)”. During the Autumn leaves season, it will be lighted at night, opening hours will be extended. The lake reflects the leaves of different colors, each year attracts a lot of photographers visit. In addition, during the lighting period, you can sip a cup of tea blow on the tea house and the heart of Spring Pavilion while viewing red leaves, very enjoyable.
(In the daytime, it is different from the fantastic feeling at night.)
Event date: November 19, 2016 (SAT) – December 7, 2016(Wed)
Address: 6-16-3 Hon-komagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0021
Admission fee: 300 yen, 150 yen or more for 65 years and older; (Free for elementary school students and Tokyo inner school students and for students studying in the city) ※ 20% discount for groups of 20 or more
Time: 09:00 – 17:00 (the final admission time is 16:30)
※ Lighting period: 9:00 to 21:00 (last admission time is 20:30)
※ Red lighting period: November 19 (Sat) ~ December 7 (Wed) After sunset to 21:00
Closed: December 29 to January 1
Access: JR/Tokyo Metro Namboku Line, Komagome Station (7 minutes on foot)
Toei Mita Line, Sengoku Station (10 minutes on foot)
Official website: http://teien.tokyo-park.or.jp/en/index.html
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