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The Koshikawa Botanical Garden

Listed under Gardens in Tokyo, Japan.

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Though it still maintains its status as one of the most industrial cities in the world, Tokyo is home to many botanical gardens. The Koshikawa Botanical Garden in Tokyo is owned and operated by the prestigious University of Tokyo. The site is home to more than 4,000 tall trees and 160 shrubs. It is also considered one of the best places to view Japan’s native cherry blossoms as there usually aren’t very large crowds at this Garden.

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Written by  Tony Owusu.

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