Hamarikyu Gardens is a Japanese garden in a good erea where you can eat and shoppig.
From here, the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Station are also close.
※This article is an English translation of an article posted in January 2019.
Area with Hamarikyu Gardens
7 minutes walk from Shiodome Station and Tsukiji fish Market, 12 minutes walk from Shimbashi Station, 15 minutes walk from Ginza 4-chome intersection.
In Ginza, you can enjoy sweets and Kabuki, and you can also take a water bus from Hamarikyu Gardens to Asakusa.
Tsukiji is nearby so let's go for lunch.
Although the Tsukiji market has been closed, there are many shops around the place where the market was located, and many tourists still visit.
In another article, I will share the seafood bowl shop I went to.
When you have finished your meal, I recommend that you buy interesting sweets at the "Sanokiya" at the Tsukiji Outer Market and go to Hamarikyu.
I will share about the "Sanokiya" shop in the next article.
Hamarikyu Garden Picnic Area
There is a bench in "Outdoor Table Square", so please enjoy the interesting sweets you bought at "sanokiya".
There are also trash can and drink vending machines.
1-1 Hamarikyu Garden, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
9：00 - 17：00 (Admission to 16:30)
Year-end / New Year
(From December 29 to January 1 of the following year)
Entrance fee：300 yen (65 and over：150 yen)
(Elementary school students and lower secondary school students living and residing in Tokyo are free)
Hamarikyu Gardens (English)
Shimbashi Station：15 minutes on foot from Karasumori Exit (JR：Yamanote Line, Keihin Tohoku Line, Yokosuka Line / Tokyo Metro：Ginza Line, Asakusa Line)
Tsukiji Market Station：8-minute walk from Exit A2 (Toei Subway：Oedo Line)
See you at the next picnic!