Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens

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There is an ancient tradition regarding the seven plants of spring (parsley, shepherd’s purse, Jersey cudweed, common chickweed, henbit, turnip, and daikon radish) that says they drive off disaster and brings wealth and prosperity, and they are typically eaten mixed into rice porridge, a dish called "nanakusagayu (rice porridge with the seven plants of spring)." At the Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens, the seven plants of spring are arranged in special baskets called "nanakusakago (baskets with the seven plants of spring inside)," and these are even presented to the Japanese Imperial family.
Pieces like this nanakusakago presented to the Imperial family, "kenjo nanakusakago," the "Jumbo nanakusakago" with a 50 centimeter diameter and 1 meter height, and "seven plants of spring planted in the soil" are on display, so please stop by and enjoy them for yourself.

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

3-18-3 Higashimukojima

Sumida-ku

Postal code:131-0032

Contact information

Name:Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens

Telephone number:03-3611-8705

Fax number:03-3619-2321

Website:Tokyo Metropolitan Park Association (External link)

Schedule

2017.12.25 - 2018.1.7

Start/end time:9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (no entrance to the park after 4:30 p.m.)

Regular holidays/closings:New Year's Holiday

Access

By car:Short from the Metropolitan Expressway Mukojima Interchange.

By train:8-minute walk from "Higashi-mukojima" Station on the Tobu Skytree Line.
13-minute walk from "Keisei-hikifune" Station on the Keisei Oshiage Line.

By bus:2-3 minute walk from "Hyakkaenmae" stop on the Toei Bus running from Kameido to Nippori (里22).

Other services

Facility information

Toilet facilities available | Restaurant facilities | Smoking area |

Universal design

  • Automated external defibrillator (AED)
  • Western-style toilet with handrail
  • Multi-purpose toilet
  • Wheelchair rental
  • Floor height difference in facility

Map information

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