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This garden was built for the shogun during the Edo period to exemplify just what a Japanese garden should be. It features a small pond, lush trees, and a hill. It’s a jaw-dropping spot to see the sakura cherry blossoms in the spring. In the winter, they put up lights around the park. Having a place like this in the center of Tokyo is a miracle. The park’s name refers to the six elements of classic Japanese waka poetry, which are reflected in the garden’s natural features—it’s like walking through a poem!