Kiyosumi Gardens

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Kiyosumi Gardens are a type of Japanese garden with woods and paths around a pond that features artificial hills and a dry landscape garden. This technique was first used in the gardens of feudal lords during the Edo period, and passed down as a gardening style during the Meiji period. This style reached its modern, complete form in the Kiyosumi Gardens.

Opened: July 24, 1932
Area: 81,091.27 m2, gardens: 37,434.32 m2, open park: 43,656.95 m2
Trees: Tall trees: 4,100, shrubs: 10,600, grass: 1,500 m2
Main plants: Black pine, cherry (bell-flowered cherry), hydrangea, azalea, Japanese iris
Facilities: Gathering hall (Ryotei, Taisho Memorial Hall), children’s playground

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

3-3-9 Kiyosumi

Koto-ku

Access

By train:3 minutes by foot from tne A3 Exit of Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station on the Toei Oedo Line/Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line

For

Children | Students | Groups | Couples | Families | Seniors |

Cultural Properties

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

Other services

Observation programs

Available

Facility information

Toilet facilities available |

Universal design

  • Automated external defibrillator (AED)
  • Wheelchair ramp
  • Urinal with handrail
  • Western-style toilet with handrail
  • Multi-purpose toilet
  • Diaper changing area
  • Wheelchair rental
  • Guest rooms for wheelchair users
  • Floor height difference in facility
  • Steep slope in facility

Map information

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