Koishikawa Botanical Garden is an attached facility of the University of Tokyo and is the oldest botanical garden in Japan. In autumn, autumn leaves can be enjoyed throughout the park.
It is 10 minutes by walk from "Hakusan Station (白山駅)" on the subway and 15 minutes from "Myogadani Station (茗荷谷駅)".
we will glad you when refered in sight-seeing.
When entering, the forest will appear soon.
This is a SAKURA (cherry blossom) forest.
These are few part of many 'Autumn leaves of Koishikawa Botanical Garden' photos.
There are lots of very large SAKURA (cherry blossoms).
On the weekend, there are many families who have lunch at this place.
Road of the forest ...
SAKURA (cherry blossom) forest is very wide.
The most popular autumn leaves spot in this botanic garden is this "maple trees Avenue".
This Ginkgo is said to have found the sperm for the first time in the world.
The fallen leaves of that ginkgo...
Carpet of big 'fallen leaves' ...
You can see the fallen leaves of various colors.
This is a Japanese garden.
Near the Japanese garden is the building of "Old Tokyo Medical School".
The Japanese garden is small.
Paddy field of irises (菖蒲田). *Left side
Fallen leaves of the Sapium sebiferum.
A colorful wax tree.
*There seems to be a risk of getting rash when you touch it
A small pond in the forest.
This is a very large and very quiet.
photographed on 23 Nov. 2016.
This botanical garden will be a good exercise because of its rough terrain.
Because there are many trees, there are many places where the soil is damp. So your shoes will get dirty.
[BUNKYO-KU] Koishikawa Botanical Garden (小石川植物園)
- Address : 3-7-1, Hakusan, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
- Phone : 03-3814-0138
- Time ： 9:00am - 16:30
- Closed days ： Monday, New Year's Holiday (from December 29 to January 3 of the following year)
- Admission fee : General 400yen, Elementary / middle school student 130 yen
- Access : subway Mita-Line "Hakusan Station (白山駅)" 10-minute walk. Marunouchi-Line "Myogadani Station (茗荷谷駅)" 15-minute walk.
Koishikawa Botanical Garden *English