Plum Blossoms – Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens, Tokyo, Japan

Plum Blossoms – Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens, Tokyo, Japan

Mukōjima-Hyakkaen Garden is a famous flower garden located in Sumida, Tokyo. The garden created by a merchant is different from daimyō gardens — it is not a traditional Japanese garden. It is the only surviving flower garden from the Edo period.

In 1938, in order to preserve the garden for posterity, the owner donated it to the city of Tokyo. It was officially opened to the public as an admission charged garden in 1939. In 1978, it was designated by the national government as a famous site of historical significance under the terms of the Cultural Assets Preservation Law.

Video Source: 4K 春を招く女神‼素敵な梅達 京王百花園?Goddess who invites spring ! Lovely plum blossom at Keio Hyakkaen2021 from 名無くん on Youtube ⁄ CC BY

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