Showa Kinen Koen (昭和記念公園) is a popular spot where foreign tourists visit all the way in recent years. Especially popular is "Japanese garden". It is about 6 hectares in size and is the largest after the war as a state-owned Japanese garden.
If you can see a bridge shaped like this, it is near the Japanese garden (south gate).
we will glad you when refered in sight-seeing.
Showa Kinen Koen (昭和記念公園), the Japanese Garden "South Gate (南の門)".
Proceeding to the right, walking paths surrounded by cool trees continue (the lawn square on the left side).
These are few part of many 'Showa Kinen Koen (昭和記念公園) Japanese garden' photos.
A long bridge over a pond. The hut on the right side is "Shouyo (昌陽)".
View from Shouyo (昌陽).
There is a small boat on the banks of the pond.
There are a lot of ’Momiji (Maple)’ around the pond...
A single bridge over a large pond.
In the spring, irises bloom on the east side of the pond.
Crossing the bridge... a very beautiful walking path will follow.
Forest on the north side. 'Ryobo-tei (涼暮亭)'
Water flowing from the north forest to the pond.
On the banks of the pond Walking road.
In "Kanfu tei (歓楓亭)", a set of green tea and Japanese sweets are popular. *520yen
There are places where bonsai (盆栽) is being exhibited.
Entrance of Kanfu tei (歓楓亭).
"South Gate (南の門).
There is "wetland of dragonfly" near the Japanese garden.
photographed on Oct. 2016.
The Japanese garden of Showa Kinen Park (Showa Memorial Park) is a garden that appreciates the beauty of the traditional Japanese garden, feels the wind and satisfies the heart!
[TACHIKAWA] Showa Kinen Koen (昭和記念公園)
- Address : 3173, Midoricho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo
- Phone : 042-528-1751
- Time ： 9:30am - 17:00pm (3/1-10/31) , 9:30am - 16:30pm (11/1 - End of February),
- Admission fee : General 410 yen, elementary and junior high school students 80 yen, silver (over 65 years old) 210 yen
- Access : JR Chuo-Line (JR中央線) "Tachikawa Station (立川駅)" 15-minute walk.
JR Ome-Line (JR青梅線) "Nishi Tachikawa Gate (西立川口)" 1-minute walk.
Park map | Showa Kinen Park *English
English on this page is translated from Japanese to English using the Google translation site. Sorry if there are sentences that are difficult to read.