Koishikawa Korakuen – Garden

Information : Koishikawa Korakuen| 小石川後楽園

It was made by the Mito Tokugawa clan in 1629, and was completed by Mitsukuni Mito (well known as Mito komon) and is a strolling pond garden. The name Korakuen was taken from Chinese words and the scene influenced by China can be seen.

Here is also famous as a spot of seeing a Weeping cherry tree in Spring.

Hours : 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Enter until 4:30 p.m.)

Closed : The end of the year and new year

Fee : Adult / 300 yen

Korakuen (Photo by Kotodamaya) information board about Korakuen (Photo by Kotodamaya) Korakuen2 (Photo by Kotodamaya)


1-6-6 Korakuen, Bunkyo ward, Tokyo


2 min walk from Iidabashi Sta. (Oedo line)/ 8 min walk from Iidabashi Sta.(JR)

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