The Japanese garden in Hotel New Otani Tokyo

The hotel New Otani group is one of the 3 most famous Japanese hotel chains.  Its hotel in Tokyo has a great Japanese-style garden.

The garden dates back over 400 years.  It was owned by the Ii clan during the Edo period.  This was a very powerful family at the time.  Some worked as an advisor of the Tokugawa shogun.

This has a whole package for the Japanese-style garden like ponds, waterfalls, Karesansui (small garden consisting only of rocks and sand), stone lanterns and more.

I had wanted to come see the garden.  And it was actually as amazing as I had expected.  Especially, I was impressed that the historical garden matches the prestigious hotel and gives it an elegant atmosphere.

There are ‘teppanyaki’ Japanese-style BBQ restaurants in the garden.

I really wanted to have dinner here enjoying the beautiful night views some day.

The Hotel NewOtani website:


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