Roka Koshun-en

Enjoy the Scenery Adored by a Famous Japanese Novelist at This Garden

3.95

Garden・Park

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.

Highlights

  • 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.

Photos

  • Baika Shoku
  • Bamboo forest
  • Roka Koshun-en entrance

Reviews

  • 陳婕

    孟宗竹的竹林 清幽典雅
    還有公園區提供小孩玩的遊樂設施
    真的是大人小孩都適合

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Details

Name in Japanese
蘆花恒春園
Postal Code
157-0063
Address
1 Kasuya, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
Telephone
03-3302-5016
Admission
Free
Closed
No holidays
※Koshun-en area closed for year-end and New Year’s holidays
Hours
Open all day
※Koshun-en area open 9:00am-4:30pm
Access
About a 15-minute walk from the Keio Electric Railway Keio Line’s Roka-Koen Station
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)