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Tokugawa Garden


History of Tokugawa Garden

Located in Aichi Prefecture, Tokugawaen is a Japanese garden style during Edo Period. The garden’s scenic view is characterized by lush landscapes, waterfall, and flora and fauna. You can see different kinds of flowers blooming in every season, which makes the place colorful and attractive. It is located next to the Tokugawa Art Museum.


Activities to do at Tokugawa Garden

■ Koi pond

■ Gift Shop is located at the entrance of the Tokugawa Garden

■ Restaurant is located inside the two-story building near the koi pond

■ Auditorium for special events like lectures or receptions


Ideal budget

Tickets for Tokugawaen, Tokugawa Art Museum, and Hosa Library:

• Adult – 1,350 yen

• High school / University student – 850 yen

• Senior (65 years and above) – 1,150 yen

• Senior (local residents) – 1,050 yen


Best time to visit Tokugawa Garden



Visiting guidelines

■ Feeding of carps is not allowed.

■ Eating and drinking in the garden are prohibited.

■ Pets are not allowed in the garden (except for guide dogs).


Visiting hours

9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Last entrance is at 5:00 p.m.

Closed on Mondays and from December 29 to January 1.

How to get there

■ Via train

From Nagoya City, it is a 10-minute walk from the JR Chuo Line.

■ Via city bus

From Nagoya Station, board the city bus and get off at Key Route 2 Tokugawaen Shindeki. It takes a 3-minute walk going to Tokugawa Garden.

For detailed driving directions, click here.



1001 Tokugawacho, Higashi Ward, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture








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