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Hanami-Cherry Blossoms/Picnic Viewing Next Saturday

Chuo City, Tōkyō-to • April 4, 2009

Dear 85 Broads members and friends, The traditional Japanese Hanami season is upon us and we are very pleased to invite you and your friends to join us on Saturday April 4th, from 10:45 to 2pm at...

Saturday, April 4, 2009 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM EDT

Hamarikyu Onshi Teien (Garden)
Hamarikyu-teien 1-1, Chuo-ku,
Chuo City, Tōkyō-to 104-0061
JP

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Dear 85 Broads members and friends,

The traditional Japanese Hanami season is upon us and we are very pleased to invite you and your friends to join us on Saturday April 4th, from 10:45 to 2pm at Hamarikyu Onshi Teien Garden for a picnic in the park. This is a great opportunity to learn about the significance of this holiday and to meet new friends and importantly, expand your network!

We’ll meet at the 300 year old pine tree (near the Shinbashi entrance) at 10:45am sharp. At 11am an English tour will start (free of charge), and after we have acquainted with the history of the park, we can find a place to seat and enjoy some food. (Please bring any food and drink you’d like).

Please feel free to invite your friends to this historic park! RSVP by Thursday April 2nd at blzamora@gmail.com.

See you there!

Barbara
85Broads Japan

Please see atached map for directions:
http://www.tokyo-park.or.jp/english/park/detail_04.html#hamarikyu

Hamarikyu Onshi Teien:
This garden is a typical Daimyo(Japanese feudal lord) garden in the Edo period with a tidal pond(Shioiri-no-Ike) and two wild-duck hunting sites(Kamoba). A tidal pond means a pond that are infused with seawater in order to change flavor along a pond by flood changes time to time, of which style had been popularly used in coastal gardens in the Edo period. The whole pond had been reed fields and used for falconry site for Shogun families.
This garden is roughly divided into two areas, the south garden whose center is Daimyo garden and the north garden that had been developed after the Meiji period. After the Meiji Restoration, the garden became the detached palace of royal families and officially named Hamarikyu, which means a detached palace on the coast. In 1952,this garden was appointed as the Special Place of scenic beauty and the Special Historic Site, based on the Cultural Properties Protection Law of Japan.
Now the garden is surrounded by high-rise buildings of Shiodome business area, and contrast between the old and the new is superb.



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