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Nishida Family's Garden: Gyokusen-en

Utilizing the natural geographical features of the area, Gyokusen-en was constructed while making use of the landscape of Kenrokuen Garden in its design, producing the elegance and beauty of this tea garden.The garden was passed down for 4 generations by Naotaka Wakita, who served the 2nd lord of the Kaga Clan Toshinaga Maeda. The Korean Pine that was planted by Naotaka is still extending out its branches with vibrancy. One can enjoy a cup of tea in the tea room looking out to the magnificent view of this beautifully designed garden. A tea-making course where one makes his/her own tea is also available in the menu (tea with dry Japanese sweets - 500 JPY; tea with fresh Japanese sweets - 700 JPY).


8-3 Kosho-machi, Kanazawa-shi






Adult - 700 JPY, High School Students - 600 JPY, Elementary & Junior High Students - 500 JPY(This place is reservation-only./
When you use a restaurant,it is free.)




No scheduled holidays


JR Kanazawa Stn. West Exit/Bus #11 or #12/Kenrokuen-shita Bus Stop/1 min. walk



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