Tokugawa Garden: A celebrated garden and relics of the Tokugawa Family.

The Tokugawa Garden, a Japanese-style garden, was built over 320 years ago as the secret hideaway of the head of the Owari region, Tokugawa Mitsutomo. The Tokugawa Garden is a treat no matter which season you visit it. Next to the garden, you'll find the Tokuwaga Art Museum houses relics and heirlooms from the Tokugawa family. Numerous famous items are on display, including an illustrated scroll of The Tale of Genji, which is designated as a national treasure.

Address 1017 Tokugawacho, Higashi-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 461-0023

〒461-0023 愛知県名古屋市東区徳川町1017


Route 1
Take the JR Chūō Main Line from Nagoya Station to Ozone (大曽根) Station. (15m)
Walk 10 minutes from the south exit.


Route 2
Take the Higashiyama Subway Line from Nagoya to Sakae (5m)
Go to Meijo Line platform 4 and go to Ozone (9m)
Walk 15 minutes from the No. 3 exit.

Business hours



Every Monday (Tuesday if Monday was holiday) and 12/29–1/1


Tel: 052-935-6262


Nagoya Free WiFi , tokugawa-guest-wifi

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Tickets cash only

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Supported languages



Tokugawa Garden
High School and up ¥300
Junior High and younger Free

Tokugawa Art Museum
Adults ¥1350
High School/University ¥850
Seniors (65 and UP) ¥1,150

Average visit length

1–2 hours

Websites Aichi Now Site (Art museum) Site (Garden) Info

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