Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa-shiCurrently Closed
- Address: 1 Kenroku Machi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture 920-0936, Japan, Kanazawa-shi
- Timings: 07:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +81-02343800
- Ticket Price: 310 JPY
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Garden, Family And Kids
About Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa-shi
Spaciouness, artifice, antiquit, these are some words, through which people from Kanazawa describe Kenrokuen Garden. One of the most beautiful feudal gardens in Japan, the Kenrokuen Garden is known for the artificial ponds, well maintained hills and perfectly placed houses. Built across 11.4 hectares, the Kenrokuen Garden is one of the prime tourist destination for the locals as well as tourists. If you want to embrace nature in the truest possible way, then Kenrokuen Garden will offer you just that. Some great pictures and a gala time is definitely assured, if you visit Kenrokuen Garden during your trip to Kanazawa.
Kenrokuen Garden Information
- Don’t litter around and keep the surroundings clean.
- It is advisable to reach here before it gets late. Or less the garden can be overcrowded.
- ID is required for the people having age of or above 65 years for the free entry.
Kenrokuen Garden Ticket Prices
- 6 to 18 years old: 100 Yen
- 19 to 64 years old: 310 Yen
- 65 or above: Free (ID Required)
Kenrokuen Garden Opening and Closing Hours
- Open all 365 days of the year.
How To reach Kenrokuen Garden by Public Transport
- Nearest Buses from Japan: 920-0935 Ishikawa-ken, Kanazawa-shi, Ishibiki, 4 Chome−3, Hired taxis.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Kenrokuen Garden
95% of people who visit Kanazawa-shi include Kenrokuen Garden in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
76.02% of people start their Kenrokuen Garden visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kenrokuen Garden
61.35% of people prefer walking in order to reach Kenrokuen Garden
Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa-shi Reviews
Amazing garden, a great place to go for a walk and enjoy a bit of peace! There are a number of ponds and the garden is split into a number of sections. A map is provided upon entry to assist you in planning your walk. There are a couple of Tea houses to enjoy a traditional Japanese tea with ceremony.
Very nice view. The park is very well decorated and maintained, just as the Japanese style. The most iconic Japanese style of protecting the tree branches broken by heavy snow accumulation just become a nice decoration for the trees. Best view would be early morning or late afternoon. And probably best time of the year would be spring or autumn.
Beautiful garden that is definitely worth a visit. We went during winter, and it was still incredible to appreciate how old the gardens are. It wasn't I'm it's full glory, but I imagine it would be beautiful during spring and autumn months, and we still enjoyed it despite this.
Beautiful any season and a must if you are in the area. Just walking around with no particular agenda is the best way to absorb Kenroku-en. Spring time gets busy with the cherry blossom viewing but there are still quiet areas around. Braving the snowy winter will be worthwhile when the trees are tied down. Free entrance over the New Year's Holiday period is a bonus.
Stunning, Stunning, Stunning. Allow yourself at least a couple of hours to enjoy all the beautiful features of the garden. It's easy to see why this is one of top 3 gardens in Japan. It would be stunning all year around. Even in the rain (as it was today). ¥310 entry per adult. Certain times of the year they have it lit up, free entry after 5:30pm.
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