Koishikawa Korakuen Garden

After electronic town from Akihabara, we continue to took JR line to Koishikawa Korakuen Garden to see more blossom trees. It is filled with a Chinese taste from the Chinese style places such as the Engetsukyo and the western embankments, the precincts of the yard is the most well-known garden among the few in the nation, also chosen as the special historical place and special place of noted beauty by the Cultural Properties Law. A garden over 70,000 square meters where plum and cherry blossom trees are planted, and throughout the year all plants of the 4 seasons can be enjoyed.

You know when we enter the garden feel like an old man walking around, like the scene we drinking Chinese tea playing Chinese chess and eating peanuts. Until we saw the other side of the garden which is full of cherry blossom trees!


At night we back to Shinagawa for dinner, we went to the nearer shop for Bento set. Bento is the Japanese word for a meal served in a box. A traditional bento consists of rice, fish or meat, and one or more pickled or cooked vegetables, usually in a box-shaped container, as well as what is put inside that box. Dinner in box! Also check out their other foods in Japan.

Rice is a common household item served in meals all over the world. In Japan however it’s not just a meal, it also holds great significance in Japanese culture started over 2000 years ago.
Various kind of meal for you to choose.
Here is Japan they also have Economy rice (Chap Fan).

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