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Tokugawa Garden, Nagoya

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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4.2/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
Wander around Tokugawa Garden, an elegant Japanese landscape full of history and serenity. The garden's origins date back to the Edo period; today it embodies the modern samurai culture. Walk through the original wooden black gate, which survived the destruction of World War II. Follow the stream from a majestic waterfall that flows to the central pond. As you explore, look for peonies, Japanese apricots, irises, maples, and camellias, depending on the season. Stop by the restaurant for some fine dining. For Tokugawa Garden and beyond, use our Nagoya family vacation planner to get the most from your Nagoya vacation.
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  • It is a very beautiful garden. I think you can walk to temple. I'd go to early autumn there is so
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  • Step inside and there is another world as if. Suffer like that slip from the modern sense. In Nagoya City, in beautiful world so much it's amazing really. Along with the Tokugawa-en is recommended also to the Tokugawa Art Museum.
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  • Beautiful garden any visitors to Nagoya shouldn't be missed, and it will be even more gorgeous in autumn when the leaves start to change colour. The garden was built by the second head of the Owari To...  read more »
  • きれい~ Good view and good to learn Japanese garden.
  • A good garden. That can be lit up at night.
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  • Asking my mother long ago Japan garden nice and calm place on now TV Wisteria splendid flowers and heard so search the go want to now.
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  • Here a Tokugawa-en is the ruins of the Tokugawa family. In Japan during the Edo period, many planters circuit-style garden, the big pond to stroll around. Autumn evening lit up at night, and is very beautiful.
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  • Visit to learn about history and is the best place.
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