The gardens in Japan are wonderful. You can find all types of gardens, highly manicured meticulously presented to the historic.
Friday morning we visit the Nezu Muesum.
It’s an amazing place of collected Japanese and East Asian art works dating back centuries. It’s also know for its amazing garden.
At this time of year the lilies were in bloom in the pond – so it was perfect to visit. As did a number of other tourists.
They are designed to enable you to explore the small details, as well as views. It’s a great place to rest.
The museum is located in Omotesando, which is an expensive neighbour, and you can see amazing buildings.
Inside the museums the displace was of the we’ll know Japanese screens of irises, and associated works by the illustrator and associates.
But there are great coffee shops in the area too! I highly recommend this museum if you are in Tokyo.