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Arisugawa-no-miya Park, usually known just as Arisugawa Park contains a lush Japanese strolling garden that follows the hilly contours of the terrain. The elegantly designed landscape offers paths with a variety of types of bridges spanning streams that flow into the pond. Arisugawa-no-miya was originally the domain of feudal lord, then was acquired by the noble Arisugawa-no-miya family. The family donated the land to the city of Tokyo. Like nearly all Japanese gardens in Tokyo, it is incorporated into a city park. Within the grounds, occupying a different tier above the pond garden are sports facilities and Tokyo Metropolitan Library Tokyo Torts Toshokan.
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Arisugawa-no-miya Park, usually known just as Arisugawa Park contains a lush Japanese strolling garden that follows the hilly contours of the terrain.  The elegantly designed landscape offers  paths with a variety of types of bridges spanning streams that flow into the pond.   Arisugawa-no-miya was originally the domain of feudal lord, then was acquired by the noble Arisugawa-no-miya family. The family donated the land to the city of Tokyo.  Like nearly all Japanese gardens in Tokyo, it is incorporated into a city park.  Within the grounds, occupying a different tier above the pond garden are sports facilities and Tokyo Metropolitan Library Tokyo Torts Toshokan.