It is a quiet park on a hillside slope where visitors can enjoy a taste of the four seasons.

There are about 370 plum trees, which is the flower of Ota-ku, and the fragrant red and white flowers bloom in early spring.

There garden also features about 800 azaleas and an attractive traditional-style tea room.

Getting there

20-minute walk from “Ikegami” Station on the Tokyu Ikegami Line, or a 10-minute walk from “Nishi-magome” Station on the Toei Asakusa Line.

More information

  • 2-2-13 Ikegami, Ota, Tokyo 146-0082
  • 9:00-16:30 (last entry: 16:00), closed Mondays except February and March (closed Tuesday, if Monday is a holiday), New Year’s holiday
  • Adults (older than 16, younger than 65) ¥100, Children (older than 6, younger than 16) ¥20
  • Wheelchair-accessible toilet available, washroom for disabled persons available