The "Meiji Jingu Gyoen (明治神宮御苑)" was a garden related to the Meiji Emperor.
Current, it is loved as an urban oasis. In spring "irises (花菖蒲)" are famous, and Kiyomasa no ido (清正井) is popular as a power spot
The eastern gate (東門) of the Meiji Jingu Gyoen (明治神宮御苑).
we will glad you when refered in sight-seeing.
This entrance is in the vicinity of "Otorii (大鳥居)" in Meiji Jingu Shrine 'Minami Sando (approach)'.
It is a garden related to the Meiji emperor (明治天皇).
"Kiyomasa no ido (清正井 / Kiyomasa's Well)" was introduced as "power spot" on TV, it became a popular spot.
The entrance fee is 500 yen. * Garden maintenance cooperation money
This small brochure will be handed over.
These are few part of many 'Meiji Jingu Gyoen (明治神宮御苑)' photos.
It's a big city forest...
You will soon see the pond (Natural pasture pond).
This pond calls "Nanchi (南池)".
Kakuun-Tei (隔雲亭). It is a resting place of the Empress.
We can not visit the inside.
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Beyond this Otorii (大鳥居) is the "North Gate".
On the left side of this road there is the North Gate.
The north gate (北門) of the Meiji Jingu Gyoen (明治神宮御苑).
As soon as entering from the North Gate, it will pass in front of the entrance of "Kakuun-Tei (隔雲亭)".
Nanchi (南池) seen from the front of "Kakuun-Tei (隔雲亭)".
Sometimes special occasions are held here.
As you go along the narrow street beside the Nanchi (南池), you will see the next "Paddy field of irises (菖蒲田)".
Paddy field of irises (菖蒲田).
Looking back, you can see the Nanchi (南池).
In the first half of June, a lot of people visit to see irises.
photographed on 2016.
From paddy fields to wells!
[SHIBUYA-KU] Meiji Jingu Gyoen (明治神宮御苑)
- Address : 1-1, Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
- Phone : 03-3379-5511
- Time ： 9:00am - 16:30pm (March to October) , 8:00am - 17:00pm (June) , 9:00am - 16:00pm (November - February)
- Admission fee : 500yen
- Access : JR Yamanote-line (JR山手線) "Harajuku Station (原宿駅)" 10-minute walk.
[subway] Chiyoda-line (千代田線), Fukutoshin-Line (副都心線), "Meiji Jingu mae Station (明治神宮前駅)" 15-minute walk.
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