One of Japan's Oldest Fountains

Built around 350 years ago, Kanazawa's Kenrokuen, is the most famous of all Edo Period gardens. Its huge grounds include a pond, a mountain and a traditional tea house that you can walk through and take in the scenery. There are many small gardens to be enjoyed. The garden is a popular destination for foreign travelers. Some of the most popular phots spots are the garden lanterns, the pond, pine trees, Japanese-style bridges and a small island inside the garden's grounds.

Address 1-1 Marunouchi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture 920-0937
Directions JR
Route 1
JR Shinkansen Nagoya–Maibara (30m)
JR Limited Express Shirasagi Maibara–Kanazawa (2h)
Take east exit to platforms 6 and 7 at Kanazawa Station
Hokutetsu Kanazawa Bus Kanazawa Station–Kenrokuenshita•Kanazawa Castle (15m)
Route 2
JR Limited Express Shirasagi Nagoya–Kanazawa (3h)
Take east exit to platforms 6 and 7 at Kanazawa Station
Hokutetsu Kanazawa Bus Kanazawa Station–Kenrokuenshita•Kanazawa Castle (15m)
Route 3
Highway Bus Meitetsu Bus Center–Kanazawa Station East (4h)
Take east exit to platforms 6 and 7 at Kanazawa Station
Hokutetsu Kanazawa Bus Kanazawa Station–Kenrokuenshita•Kanazawa Castle (15m)
☑ All non-express buses and Yanagibashi-bound buses from platforms 6 and 7 can be used

Business hours
7am–6pm
Holidays
Open Year-Round (except when raining)
Contact Tel: 076-234-3800
Wi-Fi Available
Payment types
JCB, Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Diners Club, Union Pay and transit cards
Supported languages English
Admission
Adults ¥310
Children ¥100
Travel time 1–2 hours
Websites Official Sitehttp://www.pref.ishikawa.jp/siro-niwa/kenrokuen/e/index.html

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