Happo-en means "beautiful from every angle." When visiting the Happo-en Garden in Tokyo, you’ll see that the name doesn’t even begin to describe this Japanese garden and teahouse.
Take a stroll through tree-lined paths of century old bonsai, cherry, and maple trees. Take in the lush gardens and budding flowers surrounding a tranquil pond. Enjoy a traditional tea-ceremony served by women in elaborate kimonos. Then, enjoy a romantic dinner at Enju or Thrush, one of the two restaurants overlooking the lovely gardens.
Transportation to the Happo-en Garden is simple. Located in Tokyo, in the Shirokanedai area, just take the subway to the JR Meguro Station. You can also get to this area by bus or car. You can visit the Happo-en Garden as one of many destinations on an all-day tour, or make a reservation to see the garden in advance and view it at your leisure on a group tour.