You can come here by water bus from Shaoxao for 25 minutes, with a combined ticket of 860 yen per person. When cherry blossoms are in full bloom, cherry blossoms on both sides of Yutianchuan can also be seen along the road. Binli Palace was originally the residence of General Weichuan's family. After Meiji, Binli Palace became the departure of the Royal family. There is a Lake Center Pavilion inside. Now it is a teahouse. The environment is very beautiful. It's especially suitable for relaxing for a cup of tea and enjoying the beautiful scenery when you are tired. But there are many tea drinkers. They need to wait in line.
It's a big, quiet park near the construction market. People used to raise ducks here to train falcons. Now these facilities are still visible. A Japanese paper umbrella can be used at the entrance. There are many ancient trees in the park for hundreds of years. The bird lives in the water. Maybe other scenic spots are too popular. There are few people in this park.
The park is opposite to the hotel where I stayed. It's beautiful from the top down. I haven't found time to see it for a few days. Finally, I decided to take a look before I left. Looking very close, I still walk around a little. At first I thought it was a free park. When we arrived at the gate of the park, we found that there was a charge of 300 yen. Unfortunately, we forgot to take the money with us. Let's just look upstairs.
Tickets are 150 yen, very cheap. JR Mountain Handline Bin Song Ting Station is a small and exquisite courtyard. It turns right and walks for one minute. It was a windy day, with yellow leaves and red leaves flying all over the sky. Some people are sweeping the fallen leaves, piled up in a pile, the sunshine pours down, through the red leaves, shining, very beautiful.
It's a wonderful courtyard with few people and no expensive tickets (the price is 300 Japanese yen for 12 years). There's also a free rental of Chinese explanatory machine. In the courtyard, you can see the Rainbow Bridge connecting the courtyard. The Tokyo Bay is just beside the courtyard. So it's worth mentioning that even the lake water in the courtyard is actually brine water introduced into the courtyard.
A very quiet public leisure courtyard, green rivers are very good, surrounded by high-rise buildings, next to JR Binsongding Station, easy access, cheap tickets, only 150 yen / person, there is also an archery field specially for local people to practice, ticket office and authentic Japanese umbrella oh, good place.
Hanoi Miyagi Garden is a small park in Tokyo, Japan. It is not very large in size and area. Tickets are also cheap. But the environment is beautiful, and there are not too many people. Here you can feel the ingenuity of Japanese culture. It is a typical Japanese garden. It's a nice little park.
This courtyard is a bit like the Central Park in the city, but it's quiet. There are no people around it. It's surrounded by tall buildings, but there's a quiet side hidden here. It's convenient for transportation. It's worth visiting. Every shot is beautiful. It's better in autumn.