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This beautiful park contains one of the top three celebrated gardens in Japan. The name Kenrokuen literally translates to “garden combining six”, referring to the six attributes all gardens should have: seclusion, antiquity, spaciousness, human...more
All reviews cherry blossoms pine trees kanazawa castle water features full bloom every turn autumn colours sakura season tea house beautiful park couple of hours take your time walk around entrance fee edo period ice cream spring
Took the bullet train from Tokyo to visit these gardens. Two older ladies visiting from New Zealand. We did not have to pay for entry as we senior citizens. What a magnificent few hours we had strolling through these gardens. The trees are magnificent. We...More
Lots and lots to see here! predominantly trees, streams, bridges, ponds, moss and teahouses.
Most of the trees have been shaped by humans we saw one being worked on by seven gardeners at once two in a boat.
wide easy paths some steps plenty of...More
Visiting the garden is probably one of the main reasons you came to Kanazawa and it won’t disappoint. It’s delightful to wander around so thoughtfully designed and meticulously maintained. Very relaxing!
We went there around 4:30 pm just enough time to purchase ticket before they close. The garden is lush green and beautiful. We took loop bus from Kanazawa station it is very easy to get there and comeback without get lost... lol.
Arriving at Kanazawa Port on our 14 day Maasdam voyage encircling Japan, we first visited Shirakawago($200). Returning to the port at 4:30 PM, we took the free shuttle 6 km to the new bus terminal, then taxi($14) 3 km south to the Contemporary Art Museum....More