Originally a Japanese Imperial mansion, it is now managed by the city and was opened as a park. The park was built over an area that was covered by a lava flow from Mt. Fuji in 1890.
At the center of the park is Kohamaga pond. The pond was once a water reservoir but is now almost depleted. As a result, lava rocks at the bottom of the pond can now be seen.
Ichibancho 19-3, Mishima, Shizuoka 411-0036
Take Tokaido Shinkansen for Tokyo from Nagoya Station to Mishima Station (About 1h20m) Walk one minute from Mishima Station
April–Oct 9am–5pm（Last entry 4:30pm） Nov–Mar 9am–4:30pm（Last entry4pm）
Monday (If Monday is a holiday, the following day) Dec 27–Jan 2
¥300 15 years old or yonger or if you have a student ID: Free
|Websites||Official Site (JPN)https://www.city.mishima.shizuoka.jp/rakujyu/index.html|