Kairakuen Main Garden admission ticket (Mito City, Ibaraki Prefecture)

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About this tour

  • Kairakuen is one of Japan's three famous gardens, along with Kenrokuen in Kanazawa and Korakuen in Okayama.
  • There are about 3,000 plum trees of about 100 varieties planted in Kairakuen, and it is crowded with tourists in early spring.
  • Kairakuen's undulating terrain is home to cedar forests, bamboo forests, cherry blossoms, azaleas, and Japanese bush clovers, as well as historic sites that remind us of its history, such as the front gate, the Kairakuenki monument, Togyokusen and Sengaidai, and can be enjoyed throughout the year. Masu.

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-Facility introduction-

Kairakuen is one of Japan's three famous gardens, along with Kenrokuen in Kanazawa and Korakuen in Okayama.
It was opened in 1842 by Nariaki Tokugawa, the 9th lord of the Mito domain, with the desire to create a place where he could enjoy himself with the people of his domain.
Approximately 100 varieties and 3,000 plum trees are planted, and the area is crowded with many visitors. Flowers of the four seasons decorate the park, including cherry blossoms, azaleas, Japanese bush clovers, and in early winter, two-season cherry blossoms.

-About admission-

  • business hours
    Mid-February to September 30th: 6:00-19:00
    October 1st to mid-February: 7:00 to 18:00
  • No regular holidays

★ Admission fee will be free for those who fall under the following conditions ★

  1. Citizens of Ibaraki Prefecture *Proof of residence must be presented. Excludes plum blossom viewing period (mid-February to late March)
  2. For elementary, junior high, and high school students who entered the kindergarten on Saturdays other than spring, summer, and winter vacations.Spring vacation: March 25th to April 5th.Summer vacation: July 21st to August 31st.Winter vacation: December 25th to January of the following year. days up to 7
  3. People receiving welfare
  4. Persons with a disability certificate (including one caregiver)
  5. Those who have a designated intractable disease medical expenses recipient card (including one caregiver)
  6. Free for all on Ibaraki Prefectural Citizen's Day (11/13)
  7. Free admission for everyone who enters from gate opening time to 9 a.m. *Excluding plum blossom viewing period (mid-February to late March)


Kairakuen [You can enter through the front gate, east gate, Togyokusenmon, and south gate] : 1-3-3 Tokiwa-cho, Mito City, Ibaraki Prefecture

[For those coming by car] ・About 20 minutes from Mito I.C on the Joban Expressway ・About 20 minutes from Kita-Kanto Expressway Ibaraki Higashi I.C./Mito Minami I.C. [If using public transportation] ・For those coming from JR Mito Station 1. Take a bus from Mito Station North Exit Bus Stop 4 (Ibaraki Kotsu) (about 20 minutes) - Get off at "Kobuntei Omotemon Iriguchi" and walk about 3 minutes. 2. Take the bus from Mito Station North Exit Bus Stop 6 (Kanto Railway) (about 20 minutes) - get off at "Kairakuen Senbako" and walk 5-10 minutes.
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1-3-3 Tokiwa-cho, Mito City, Ibaraki Prefecture

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