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Kenroku-en Garden

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Kenroku-en Garden is one of the three most famous gardens of Japan, and it is the most beautiful "samurai garden" that has taken around 180 years to establish. The garden offers enjoyment of different views for every season of the year; cherry blossoms in spring, rabbitear irises in summer, autumn colors in the fall, and "yukitsuri (poles and ropes to prop up trees in winter)." Visitors can also tour the neighboring Kanazawa Castle. The town of Kanazawa was developed around the castle, and there are numerous historical and cultural facilities nearby.

Street address

1 Kenroku Town, Kanazawa City

Access

  • Joka-machi Kanazawa Shuyu Bus (Kanazawa Loop Bus):
    Kanazawa-eki Higashiguchi --> Kenrokuen-Shita, Kanazawajo
    Around 17 minutes / 200 yen (one day pass: 500 yen)

Opening Hours

7:00 - 18:00
(Winter) 8:00 - 17:00

Closed

Open throughout the year

Fee

Website

http://www.pref.ishikawa.jp/siro-niwa/kenrokuen/e/

Best season

All year

Point

Admission fee
Adults: 310 yen
Children: 100 yen
Tea ceremony (Shiguretei): 720 yen
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