Tokugawaen Garden

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Wheelchair-friendly
Restroom
Parking
Family-friendly

Tokugawaen Garden is a Japanese garden located in Nagoya. The property belonged to a family within the Tokugawa clan that ruled Japan during the early modern period (1600-1867). The family donated the property to Nagoya city in the 1930s. Unfortunately, the garden was destroyed during World War Two. It was reconstructed through funds raised from the public and stands today as a prime example of Japanese garden design and architecture that was popular with samurai families. Next to the garden is the Tokugawa Museum that houses some of the family's treasures.

Duration
1.0 Hour
Telephone Number
052-935-8988
Postal code
〒4610023
Address
1001 Tokugawacho, Higashi-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi
愛知県名古屋市東区徳川町1001 徳川園
Method of payment
Cash
Recommended season
March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
Business Hours
Tuesday・Wednesday・Thursday・Friday・Saturday・Sunday : 09:30~17:30

Final admission 30 minutes before closing.

Closed on Mondays and December 29 to January 1.
*If Monday is a public holiday, the facility will be closed the following day instead.

Regular Holiday
Monday
Admisson Fee
JPY300 / Adult

Age (16+): JPY 300
Under 15yrs : Free

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