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Yokokan

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Yokokan is the residence of the Matsudaira family of the Fukui Domain, and came to be known as “Osensui Yashiki” in the Edo period. The numerous examples of shoin architecture built around a pond in close relation to a garden and the landscaped strolling garden built around a serene pond are widely known as one of the classic gardens of the mid-Edo period.
While the buildings were destroyed during the Fukui air raid, they were rebuilt to Osensui’s original 1823 garden pond blueprint after being designated as a place of scenic beauty in 1982. Today, you can not only enjoy the buildings and pond, but also the elegance of the garden's pea gravel, stone arrangements, and trees in any season.

Street address

3-11 Houei, Fukui City

Access

  • 15 minutes by foot from JR Fukui Station

Opening Hours

9:00-19:00 (March 1 to November 5) *No admission after 18:30
9:00-17:00 (November 6 to end of February) *No admission after 16:30

Closed

Open all year

Fee

Website

http://fukuisan.jp/en/yokokan/

Best season

All year

Point

Adults (15 years and older) 210 yen
Group discount (20 or more)
Free of charge to those at the age of 15 or less, who are over 70, and those who possess a physical disability certificate and are accompanied by their caregiver.

Free admission on
Family Day (third Sunday of every month)
Culture Day (November 3rd)
Community Day (February 7 th)
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