Plum Trees in Tokyo – Mukojima-Hyakkaen Garden

Mukojima-Hyakkaen Garden is a small little garden, not far from the Tokyo Skytree.  It’s famous for it’s plum trees, so I went there for the first time recently.

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The park is dotted with these kind of plum trees.Mukojima_Hyakkaen_Garden_2

The Japanese love to take photos of plum trees, not just cherry blossoms and autumn colours.

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The Skytree in the background.Mukojima_Hyakkaen_Garden_4The Japanese tea house.
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How to get there

From Tokyo Skytree statiom, take the Tobu Skytree Line (private Tobu line) to Higashi-Mukojima. Have a look at the map outside the station, and follow the signs to Mukojima-Hyakkaen Garden (向島百花園).

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