Moon-Watching at Mukojima Hyakkaen

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Moon-Watching at Mukojima Hyakkaen

Marking 210 years since the founding of this Edo-era flower garden, Mukojima Hyakkaen extends its opening hours over three days for this traditional moon-watching event, which includes shinobue flute performances, lantern-lighting, tea ceremonies and koto playing. Held at a time when summer gives way to autumn, this one should be great for anyone looking for remains of old Edo in the bustling city.

Tea ceremony daily 3pm-8pm, koto performances daily 6pm-8pm.

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