Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens

Plum blossoms in early spring and tunnels of bush clover in the fall, plus plenty of gorgeous blooms to enjoy year around at this garden park

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The gardens

Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens were designed by some of the most elite culture aficionados during the Bunka-Bunsei era (1804-1830) as a place to appreciate beautiful flowers.
It first opened with 360 plum trees, but now boasts an even wider collection of plants that bloom across the seasons, like bush clover, susuki grass, and other flora known from poetry, the Manyoshu and similar Japanese and Chinese classics. The bush clover tunnel is especially popular, drawing visitors at the end of September.
You’ll even find Fukurokuju, one of the 7 luck gods kept here, which draws visitors at the beginning of the new year for the pilgrimage of the Seven Lucky Gods of Sumida River.
As of 1978, the gardens have been designated by the national government as a famous site of historical significance under terms of the Cultural Assets Preservation law.


  • Enjoy views of Skytree throughout the gardens.
  • Different blooms come into season across the year. The plum blossoms in early spring and bush clover tunnel in autumn are especially popular.
  • Site of Fukurokuju, one of the Seven Lucky Gods.


  • View of Tokyo Skytree from the Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens

    View of Tokyo Skytree from the Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens

  • Tunnel of Bush Clover

    Tunnel of Bush Clover

  • Plum blossoms

    Plum blossoms


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Name in Japanese
Postal Code
3 Higashimukojima, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Telephone number
9:00am-5:00pm (Admission allowed until 4:30pm)
New Year Holidays (Dec. 29th – Jan. 3rd)
Regular: 150yen, Adults 65 and up: 70yen (admission is free to grade school students and middle school students currently living or enrolled in the city)
approx. 8 min. walk from Higashi-Mukojima Station on the Tobu Skytree Line
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)