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Former Fukukawa Gardens, Kita

Categories: Gardens, Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
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. Use our Tokyo travel itinerary planner to visit Former Fukukawa Gardens on your trip to Tokyo, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • This day went to 6 garden and the garden of the old Furukawa. Maple Furukawa garden with fall colors in the garden, excellent. Two common ticket.
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  • Garden is famous place as Japan expression and Western-style garden. It is a spacious and quiet garden. I saw my wonderful, Japan-style garden.
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  • 10/1 is for citizens ' day, here was free. Staff and budget, is also just rose to bloom and good. Famous is the bare ice. 250 yen. Please try again.
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