On my second day in Tokyo, I went to Koishikawa Botanical Garden in Bunkyo. This garden operated by University of Tokyo. The ticket for entering this garden is 400 yen.
If you saw my instastory back at the time I visit this garden, you see that I turn to the wrong pathway. I should turn right after seeing the garden wall, but I turn to the left, walking until I find a building called Fireman’s house, and a road sign that was placed right there told me I should walk 700 meters more for reaching the entrance gate.
OH WELL IT’S ONLY 700 METERS MORE TO GO, as I told to my feet for making them happy.
I’m here for the glass house by unfortunately it’s closed down for renovation. So, I just walking around for finding something interesting.
After seeing this flower, I was greeted by a beautiful France lady! We are having conversation about this garden and end up going around together. She’s a teacher and clearly love to explain everything because as we walk, she told me this tree is for this, that tree is for that. Basically, she’s becoming my garden encyclopedia (but I really appreciate it! XD)
This garden are closed at 4.30 pm. I stay until the garden is closed and then straightly going back to hostel. I literary pass out when I’m laying on my bed. Wake up at 9 pm and everything is about to close. My weak body -_-