Tokugawaen is a Japanese garden with walkways winding around a central pond symbolizing the ocean. The waterfall and steams utilize the differences in elevation to create an enjoyable, dynamic landscape. The park was once a residence of the old samurai manor can still be seen in the black gate at the en-trance. Mid- to late April is the best time to view peonies; June for Japanese iries, and late November for autumn leaves.
1001 Tokugawa-cho, Higashi-ku, Nagoya
|Area||Northern Area, Eastern Area|
|Access||NAGOYA sightseeing route bus ME-GURU "Tokugawaen" sta.
10-minute walk from South exit JR "Ozone" Sta.
|Opening Hours||9:30AM - 5:30PM *Admission until 5:00PM|
|Regular Holiday||Every Monday (or the following day if a national or substitute holiday falls on a Monday), Dec. 29th - Jan. 1st (According to the season, the garden will sometimes be open at night or on Mondays.)|
|Cost||High school students and above 300 yen, Jr. high school and younger students: Free|
|Parking||17 free parking spaces
Free: 17 spaces Paid: 120 yen per 30 minutes
|Supported Credit Cards
|Accepted only at the museum shop|