Kan wo Asobu, Tokugawaen's Winter Peonies
The winter peonies display is a traditional winter sight. 70 flower pots in 20 different varieties decorate the New Year in white, red, yellow, and pink.
- Tokugawaen is a Japanese garden with walkways winding around a central pond in the style of major daimyo gardens from the Edo period. A clear stream flows from a waterfall through a ravine and continues to a pond representing the ocean, a sight that symbolically condenses Japan's natural landscape. Furthermore, Tokugawaen is characterized by hilly terrain, transplanted woods, and large rocks appearing from all angles. The overall magnificence of the daimyo garden can be seen through the use of bold changes in composition and the incorporation of a wide variety of elements. People can enjoy the garden throughout the four seasons with beautiful greenery, autumn colors, and flowers such as peonies and irises.
|Schedule||Jan 2,2022 ～ Feb 20,2022|
|Regular Holiday||Every Monday (or the following day if Monday is a national or substitute holiday), Dec. 29th - Jan. 1st (According to the season, the garden will sometimes be open at night or on Mondays.)|
|Time||9:30 AM-5:30 PM (open until 5:00 PM)|
|Price Details||300 yen for adults, free for junior high school students and younger|
|TEL||+81-52-935-8988 (Inquiries in English not accepted)|
|Access||●10-minute walk from the south exit of Ozone Station on the JR Line.
●Just next to the Me~guru Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus ME-GURU "Tokugawaen" Bus Stop
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