Koishikawa Botanical Garden in Bunkyo ward is a nice place to see colorful autumn foliage. It takes less than 40 minutes from Tokyo Station by train and walking. This place used to be a vacation house for Tokugawa Shogun. The garden is now managed by Tokyo University. If you don't like to walk for a long distance, let's take public transportation to the nearest station.
At your hotel in Tokyo or JR Tokyo Station Marunouchi South Entrance
Remind site of Japanese Red Cross Society
Kanda-gawa river near Idabashi Station
Koishikawa Botanical Garden
At your hotel in Tokyo or Shibuya Station
Healthy walking and colorful autumn foliage.
Some tourists might have watched Japanese Jidaigeki, or historical drama, named Ohoka Echizen. Echizen Ohoka was the name of the hero on this drama. He was a chief of Metropolitan Police in the Edo period. He had best friend whose name was Iyori Sakakibara in this drama. Iyori was the chief doctor of the hospital called Koishikawa Yojosho. Now the hospital turned to this Koishikawa Botanical Garden. Please look for some remains of the hospital.
transportation fee (you and guide), lunch, dinner
I can guide you in Hokkaido, Kanazawa, Nagano, Akita, Toyama, Iwate, Miyazaki, Kumamoto, Fukushima, Miyagi, Yamagata, Kagoshima and Oita if you pay my transportation fee.
Since we will walk all the way of the tour, the only transportation fee you will need is the fee from your hotel to Kudanshita station, and the fee from Hakusan station to your hotel.
Korakuen Garden : 300 Yen
Koishikawa Botanical Garden : 400 Yen
Language barrier, walking infront at most of times. But his knowledge in japan history is good.
Thank you Lee san for giving me a review. I tried but I sometimes couldn't understand what you said, sorry. I have given priority to that we could move smoothly. Thank you for having you point it out. I will try hard to provide enjoyable tour in Tokyo. Thank you for your cooperation.