One of the surviving gardens and one of Tokyo’s oldest and best preserved Japanese garden. Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens also provides visitors with gorgeous cherry blooming trees. It features beautiful weeping cherry trees around the garden’s entrance gate and several Someiyoshino Sakura near the pond.
The name KORAKUEN was derived from a Chinese text " Gakuyoku KI " meaning " Worry before all worries in the world , and enjoy after all enjoyments of the world " .
KOISHIKAWA KORAKUEN GARDENS is designated as the Special Places of Scenic Beauty and Special Historic Sites of the country .