Roka Koshun-en Gardens

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Literary master Roka (Kenjiro) Tokutomi, an author from the Meiji and Taisho periods who is famous for his novel Hototogisu (“The Cuckoo”), lived at the location of the Roka Koshun-en Gardens.
The gardens, which serve as an urban oasis, are comprised of the Koshu-en section, which contains the Roka Memorial Hall, three thatched residences, bamboo thickets, and groves of trees that preserve the natural world of the old Musashino region. The open park section contains a dog run, a children’s park, a lawned plaza, and a patch of floral hills.

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

1-20-1 Kasuya

Setagaya-ku

Postal code:157-0063

Contact information

Website:http://www.tokyo-park.or.jp/park/format/index007.html( External link )

Access

By car:Loop Line Route 8 Outbound, Rokakoshun-en, Kasuya, Setagaya-ku

By train:15 minutes by foot from Hachimanyama Station, Rokakoen Station, or Chitose-karasuyama Station on the Keio Line

By bus:From the South Exit of Chitose-karasuyama Station on the Keio Line, take the Keio Bus for Chitose-funabashi and get off at the Roka Koshun-en stop (7 minutes by foot)
From the North Exit of Chitose-funabashi Station on the Odakyu Line, take the Keio Bus for Chitose-karasuyama and get off at the Roka Koshun-en stop (7 minutes by foot)

Parking

Available

Cultural Properties

Tokyo Designated Historical Ruins/Historical Sites/Places of Scenic Beauty |

Other services

Facility information

Toilet facilities available |

Foreign language explanations/displays

English |

Foreign language pamphlets

English |

Universal design

  • Automated external defibrillator (AED)
  • Accessible parking for people with disabilities (in wheelchairs)
  • Western-style toilet with handrail
  • Diaper changing area
  • Wheelchair rental
  • Floor height difference in facility

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