Shunkaen Bonsai Museum, Edogawa

4.5
#58 of 364 in Museums in Tokyo
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  • We travelled by train to Koiwa and the 76 bus to Nihori- Keiyou Guchi stop. It is on a side street hidden by tall surrounding buildings but what an oasis of tranquility it is when you enter. Tradition...  more »
  • It is known widely and deeply shallow and narrow than is known, and tourist attractions. Always loyal, even though not much access area visit. It is choreographed from small pieces from a larger work, affordable know all about bonsai expensive piece until you can, no matter how many times, repeating and want.
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  • Certainly spectacular is so out-of-the-way place so visitors stay only here did come to, not that bullish fee 800 yen. There is parking at all times in full first unstoppable. Is not only recommended for busy people and was very interested.
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  • An incredible collection of bonsais unlike anything I've seen in one place. These are truly wonders. Worth seeing even though it's out of the way. The curator is renowned around the world.
  • An absolutely beautiful garden with every type of bonsai you could possibly imagine. Kind and generous hosts who are happy to share their love and knowledge of bonsai!
  • The most beautiful collection of bonsai I have ever seen. Gorgeous garden any time of year and very friendly staff who speak a variety of languages.
  • Visited from Canada - what a beautiful museum - worth much more than the price of admission. Had hundreds of deciduous and evergreen bonsai - indoor and outdoor. Huge koi pond also. Met the master himself who gave us a signed copy of a beautiful bonsai publication and served us green tea!
  • This is the place to go if you like bonsai. They have too many bonsai too count. It's a little bit of a field trip to get there from Tokyo but worth it. We took the 76 bus from Mizue station headed towards Koiwa station. There's a covered bench section right outside the station with a 76 on it. Make sure you catch a bus from that one. We made the mistake of getting on a 76 labeled bus that pulled into another area but it turned out to have changed numbers.

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