Daiba Park might not be the most spectacular of green spaces, but it offers one of the best views of Odaiba from its slopes. It is one of the remaining island fortresses, and you can still see the artillery emplacements (the cannons can be found at Yasukuni Shrine).
10-minute walk from Odaiba-Kaihinkoen Station on the Yurikamome Line
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Nature park on the western coastline of Izu Peninsula famous for its sunsets and viewpoints from which Mount Fuji can be seen on a clear day. The park is also famous for Horse Rock, a rock with a straight diagonal ridge and small patch of vegetation on the top which looks—with a bit of imagination—like the head of a horse.
Hachijo Botantical Garden
Large botanical garden opened in 1962. The grounds includes greenhouse with plants native to the island, a view point, and woodland. The Hachijo Visitor Center is also located in the grounds and is a good place to start to get maps and plan what you’re going to see (you an also see the glowing mushrooms native to the island!).
Beautiful Japanese-style gardens around a large pond built on the site of a mansion owned by a wealthy merchant during the Edo period.
Famous garden founded and developed over the years by the feudal lords (daimyo) of Kaga. Today it is generally regarded as one of Japan’s three most beautiful gardens.