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Japanese Garden Urakuen

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  • Japanese Garden Urakuen (National Treasure Tea House Joan)
  • Japanese Garden Urakuen (National Treasure Tea House Joan)
  • Japanese Garden Urakuen (National Treasure Tea House Joan)
  • Japanese Garden Urakuen (National Treasure Tea House Joan)

The Tea House Joan is a tea room constructed by Oda Urakusai, a prominent tea master born in the historical province of Owari during the early days of the tea ceremony. Designated as a national treasure in 1936, the structure is important to the history of tea ceremony culture. The study relocated at the same time as Joan is designated as an important cultural property.
In addition, there are a tea ceremony room called Genan which Oda Urakusai built in Osaka’s Tenma neighborhood and was restored based on old drawings, a newly built tea ceremony room called Koan, and a four-season garden.

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DETAILS

Address 〒484-0081
1 Inuyama-gomonsaki, Inuyama
Area Outside of Nagoya
Access 7-minute walk from the west exit of Inuyamayuen Station on the Meitetsu Inuyama line
TEL +81-568-61-4608 (Inquiries in English not accepted)
Opening Hours 9:30-17:00 (Garden admission until 16:30)
Regular Holiday Every Wednesday (or the following day if Wednesday is a national holiday)
Year-end holidays and New Year Holidays (Dec. 29th - Jan. 1st)
*In addition, there may be other irregular closures.
Cost Adults: 1,200 yen
Parking Available

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