Kyu-Furukawa Gardens is a Tokyo Metropolitan Park near Komagome Station in Kita ward, Tokyo.

Kyu Furukawa Teien
There is a beautiful rose garden | Photo by Gregory Lane
Japanese garden and pond
Much of the gardens are taken up by a large Japanese garden | Photo by Gregory Lane

While ¥150 is the general admission price, children of elementary age and below can enter for free. There is a separate fee of ¥800 if you would like to look around the mansion house.

Admission to the garden is free for all on Greenery Day (May 4th) and Tokyo Citizens Day (October 1st).

Getting there

The most convenient stations are Nishigahara and Komagome on the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line. The garden is within easy walking distance of Asukayama Park in Oji and Rikugien Gardens, so can be combined with a trip to either or both.

If following Google Maps beware that it may send you to a closed gate. The main gate is on the north east corner of the property.

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