Visit Date: 03/31/2015 (Best Time: early to mid April)
Chidorigafuchi-ryokudo is a 700-meter-long walkway along the moat located at the northwest of the Imperial Palace. Over 200 cherry trees planted along the banks of the river create an excellent cherry viewing spot.
It was still early for the row boats rental (from 11:00 – 17:30）.
Visit Date: 11/28/2014 (Best viewing Time: late November to early December)
Rikugien Garden (六義園) in Bunkyō-ku is considered as one of the most beautiful traditional Japanese garden in Tokyo. It was built around the 1700 and its name means Garden of the Six Principles of Poetry. The garden was donated to the city of Tokyo in 1938 and was then opened to the public.
Each year, Roppongi Hills is admired for its luxurious Christmas decorations with each feature in three different locations: Keyakizaka Street, Mori Garden, and 66 Plaza (which is the main plaza in front of Mori Tower – office entrance).
This year, the 400 meters stretch of Keyakizaka street is again decorated with the popular blue and white LED lights that sparkles like crystals in blue background. For its 10th anniversary, the illumination is highlighted with red, umber and candle colors that will be on display on specific time slots.
Special illumination schedules are: 17:00, 18:00, 19:00, 20:00, 21:00, 22:00, 23:00 and will last for about 10 minutes.