Mercure Tokyo Ginza - Parks




【 Kokyo Gaien National Garden 】 ( Chiyoda ward )
< From the Hotel : 18 minutes on foot or 7 minutes by taxi >
Kokyo Gaien National Garden is a park in central Tokyo, covering a little over a square kilometer.
The national garden includes three museums and is popular with people for its fascinating history and natural environment.
The grounds ring the Imperial Palace, residence of the emperor, and include a landscaped plaza in front of the palace, 12 moats, and Kitanomaru Garden.
These grounds were all once part of Edo Castle, originally built in 1457.
Its moats as well as several gates, bridges, watchtowers, and impressive stone walls remain.
Many are designated Special Historic Sites and Important Cultural Properties of Japan.
《 Kokyo Gaien National Garden Website 》

Around the Hotel Kokyo Gaien National Garden Park
Image provided by :
Ministry of the Environment Government of Japan, KOKYO GAIEN NATIONAL GARDEN

Around the Hotel Kitanomaru Park


【 Hibiya Park 】 ( Chiyoda ward )
< From the Hotel : 15 minutes on foot >
Hibiya Park (日比谷公園 Hibiya Kōen) covers an area of 161,636.66 square meter (40 acres) between the east gardens of the Imperial Palace to the north, the Shimbashi district to the southeast and the Kasumigaseki government district to the west.
The land was occupied by the estates of the Mōri clan and Nabeshima clan during the Edo period, and it was used for army maneuvers during the Meiji period.
It was converted to a park and opened to the public on June 1, 1903.

Around the Hotel Hibiya Park


【 Hama-rikyū Gardens 】 ( Chiyoda ward )
< From the Hotel : 23 minutes on foot or 7 minutes by taxi >
Hama-rikyū Gardens (浜離宮恩賜庭園, Hama-rikyū Onshi Teien) is located at the mouth of the Sumida River and was opened to the public on April 1, 1946.
A landscaped garden of 250,216 m² includes Shioiri-no-ike (Tidal Pond), and the garden is surrounded by a seawater moat filled by Tokyo Bay.
It was remodeled as a public garden on the site of a villa belonging to the ruling Tokugawa family in the 17th century.
At the centre of Shioiri-no-ike is a teahouse, reached by two bridges, where visitors can enjoy refreshments, such as matcha and Japanese sweets, in the tea-ceremony style.
The garden includes a peony garden, a plum tree grove and fields with flowers for every season.

Around the Hotel Hamarikyu Park


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2-9-4 Ginza, Chuo-ku, 104-0061 Tokyo
Tel: (+81) 03 4335 1111
Fax:(+81) 03 4335 1222


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