Former Fukukawa Gardens, Kita

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#29 of 1,340 in Historic Sites in Tokyo
Take a peaceful stroll around the Japanese and English landscaping at Former Fukukawa Gardens, and stop in the Western-style country house designed by English architect by Josiah Conder. Wander away from the house through the Western gardens, observing rose gardens and neatly trimmed, decorative hedgerows. Eventually you'll get to the Japanese garden, with its unusual trees, central pond, and waterfall. Don't miss the art museum located in the house, and wear comfortable shoes for your trip, as some of the pathways are cobbled. Make your Tokyo itinerary with Inspirock to find out what to see and where to go.
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  • Went to green day, but this year bloomed roses soon bloom was just. The scent of roses. However, because it was the day of the entrance fee was very crowded. It was difficult to avoid reflections of the roses and the stone house to shoot on the set.
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  • 5/8 is in a green day free Park admission. Rose in bloom at this time prepared for crowds every year. The Western front in the United Kingdom-rose garden steps down to the corridor-Kyoto-style Japan garden and guests from abroad is so reliant Japan Garden here is. Amazing waterfall but no big name falls seen in Tokyo. This is a delicious ice cream at the Zoo gift shop sells rose ¥ 250 very refreshing, on a hot day we'd suggest.
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  • Kyu-Furukawa garden 100 years anniversary, spring rose made 31 from 5/5. However this year is limited not cheerful because of the early summer flowers in full bloom is the GW and Director were talking on TV so I went to 5/1. Surrounded by fantastic flowers and fragrant, large crowds, it was enjoyed the roses. Gave me obstructs the sunlight blue Maple Japanese-style garden, nice moments. Even festival concert and lit up the early given the flowers of spring seems to be, such as the popularity rose, but it is a good idea.
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  • It's good enough. We went here well before the rose season, mabybe that's why. But to go into the house, one needs to make a reservation in advance and blah... so what's left is just a smallish garden. If you live near here, why not.
  • I came when off season so it wasn't crowded and felt very peaceful. The rose has not bloomed but it was still beautiful. I plan to come again during spring. The entrance fee is very cheap too (¥150). Not stroller friendly, so if you bring baby better use baby carrier.
  • One of the most interesting parks in Tokyo and a must-visit for tourists - it's also very popular with locals for the Western-style rose garden and house. Watch out for the massive spiders in the trees! The old carriageway that runs up the side of the house is fascinating.
  • I live like 10min walk from this garden. This garden is amazing. So relaxing & clean. I love it. Thank you!
  • One of the best known gardens in Tokyo which perfectly blends Western and Japanese style garden styles.
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