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The daimyo garden “Shukkeien” was built by Nagaaki Asano, the first feudal lord of the Hiroshima feudal clan, as a villa garden in the early Edo period.

It is said to have been made in imitation of China’s “Seiko,” (which is a world heritage site).

A pond-style garden with islands, valleys, bridges, tea rooms, etc. A pond is put in the center, creating a lush greenery atmosphere.

Take a stroll through the historic garden savoring the scenery of each season, such as cherry blossoms in spring, water lilies in summer, and autumn leaves in autumn.

2-11 Kaminocho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima

Get off at “Shokeien-mae” on the Hiroshima Electric Railway Hakushima Line
Get off at the sightseeing loop bus, Meipuru-Pu “Prefectural Museum of Art (in front of Shukukeien)”

Adults 260 yen, high school / university students 150 yen, elementary / junior high school students 100 yen

Open Hours
[April-September] 9: 00-18: 00
[October-March] 9: 00-17: 00 (Last admission is 30 minutes before closing)

December 29-31