Ritsurin Garden

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Photo: Takuya ASADA / CC BY 2.0

One of the most famous historical gardens in Japan, Ritsurin Garden in Kagawa Prefecture is home to sprawling verdant landscape, a tea house, folk art exhibitions, and even shops. Takamatsu City—where the garden is located—considers it one of the city’s main attractions. The various footpaths and bridges crossing the garden offer a variety of views and vistas all aimed at pleasing the eye and the spirit. To the west, guests can admire the scenery of Mount Shiun overlooking the garden. There are also many koi that can be fed with bread purchased from the Tea House.



20-16 Ritsurincho 1-chome, Takamatsu, Kagawa 760-0073 (路线)


5:30 - 18:30 现正开放


星期一 5:30 - 18:30
星期二 5:30 - 18:30
星期三 5:30 - 18:30
星期四 5:30 - 18:30
星期五 5:30 - 18:30
星期六 5:30 - 18:30
星期天 5:30 - 18:30
假期 5:30 - 18:30




  • Room Service
  • Restroom
  • Souvenir shop
  • Shops
  • 收费停车场


A 10-minute walk from Ritsurin-Koen Station.


Ritsurin Garden


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