Enjoy the Scenery Adored by a Famous Japanese Novelist at This Garden
Roka Koshun-en is a garden located on the site of a mansion occupied by novelist Roka Tokutomi during the Meiji and Taisho eras.
The garden is divided into the Koshun-en section, which contains Roka Tokutomi’s residence, and a park area that is always open to the public.
The Koshun-en section features both a memorial hall and the mansion, and visitors can see the materials used for Tokutomi’s novels and other exhibits, giving a glimpse into his life while he was writing. There is also a refreshing bamboo forest of “moso” bamboo, and combined with the estate’s traditional Japanese architecture it makes for a mysterious atmosphere. The park area includes a playground for children, as well as flowering hills where seasonal flowers grown by locals bloom.
Building and reference materials related to the novelist Roka Tokutomi.
Plentiful nature you don’t expect within a residential area.
Playground equipment for children to enjoy.
Enjoy seasonal flowers.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 1 Kasuya, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
※Koshun-en area closed for year-end and New Year’s holidays
Open all day
※Koshun-en area open 9:00am-4:30pm
- About a 15-minute walk from the Keio Electric Railway Keio Line’s Roka-Koen Station
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)