The weather is amazing and warm. Okay! Have a lunch picnic.
Starbucks sandwich "Holiday chicken firone"
Instant coffee (stick type)
It's a simple picnic where you bought food near the station.
I have a picnic at the Tokyo Metropolitan Garden Museum, so I will tell you about the autumn leaves.
※This article is an English translation of an article posted in December 2018.
- Today's autumn leaves
- About the garden
- For those who visit the Tokyo Garden Museum for the first time
- Nearby cafe
- Garden information
Today's autumn leaves
- About 70% autumn leaves
- Currently seen colors：■Red、■Yellow、■Green
Some trees are red at the top and green at the bottom.
I like most when I can enjoy some colors together.
There are parasols, table chairs, and benches in the square with the lawn, so there were some people enjoying lunch.
About the garden
The Tokyo Garden Museum offers three types of gardens.
I would like to share the atmosphere of each garden.
A spacious area covered with beautiful lawn since the time when the museum was the Prince Asaka Residence.
There are some chairs and some people are relaxing with a picnic seat on the lawn.
In spring, the cherry tree, a gift from Washington, D.C., is beautiful.
There are also umbrellas, chairs, tables and benches.
From here, I enjoyed the bright yellow ginkgo tree and the oak tree.
There is a tea room and pond, and autumn leaves are beautiful.
When I looked into the pond from a small bridge, a carp was swimming in the autumn leaves!
Please take a nice photo and show it on your blog or Instagram.
For those who visit the Tokyo Garden Museum for the first time
Garden information is at the bottom of the blog.
Because it is a paid garden, it is neatly maintained and has a trash can.
A convenient 6-minute walk from both Meguro Station and Shirokanedai Station, and there are cafes and convenience stores in the vicinity, so it's a convenient place to have a picnic.
Autumn leaves can also be seen on the street trees around the garden.
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About 10 minutes on foot from the Garden Museum, I found a cute cafe near JR Meguro Station.
『 Little Happiness Meguro』 I was very relaxed at a small cafe attached to the clothes shop.
I ate "Pear and White Chocolate Tart Muffin".
I will post a link as soon as I have an article about the cafe.
5-21-9 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo
（This is a voice guidance service that allows operators to explain products and services.）
10: 00 - 18: 00 (Admission until 17:30)
Entrance fee： Please check the exhibition fee each time.
- Adult：200 yen
- University students (including specialized and various technical schools)：160 yen
- Middle and high school students, 65 years old and over：100 yen
Meguro Station：6 minutes on foot from East Exit (JR：Yamanote Line / Tokyo Metro：Namboku Line / Toei Subway：Mita Line / Tokyu Corporation：Meguro Line)
Shirokanedai Station：6 minutes on foot from Exit 1 (Tokyo Metro：Namboku Line / Toei Subway：Mita Line)