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Tea House | Komagome

六義園 吹上茶屋

Rikugi-en, located in Tokyo’s northern Komagome district, is a pristine and exceptionally beautiful garden dating back to the Edo Period. In 1953 it was designated by the Japanese government as a  site of exceptional beauty and an important cultural asset and is one of Tokyo’s must-go-to gardens. The tea house located inside Rikugi-en is well worth a visit as it features a direct view of the garden’s main pont which is especially beautiful during Japan’s famous spring and autumn seasons. Be sure to visit also during the spring and autumn light-up events when you can enjoy your tea and a unique nightime view until 21:00.  

Matcha set including Japanese sweet ¥510
Amazake (sweet fermented rice drink) ¥300

Autumn Nighttime Illuminations: Late November - Early December depending on season | 09:00-20:30 (Illumnation starts after sunset)
Cherry Blossom Nighttime Illuminations:  Late March - Early April | 09:00-21:00 (Illumnation starts after sunset)





︎6-16-3 Hon-komagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
︎ 03-3941-2222
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Open from 9:00 to 17:00 (Last entrance 16:30)
Closed: Year-end holidays (December 29 to January 1)
- extended opening hours until 20:30 during spring and autumn evening light-ups

Price Category


Garden entrance fee: ¥300 (65 and over: ¥150)
(No charge for primary school children or younger, and junior high school students living or attending school in Tokyo)

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