First built in the early 18th century, Keio Mogusaen has a long and proud history as a place of tranquility and natural beauty. The main drawcard of the garden is the 500 or so plum trees, which blossom from early February to mid-March.
Enjoy a stroll around the garden's grounds and take in the view at the top of the hilltop which offers excellent views of Fuchu and central Tokyo. Keio Mogusaen is also quite popular among birdwatchers who flock to the garden to see the vast array of wild birds which can be spotted year-round.
Discounts available for disabled visitors, groups