Chinzan-sō Garden is a scenic spot where Aritomo Yamagata lived and built this place where camellias have grown wild since ancient times.
The three-storied pagoda, which can be seen through the autumn leaves, is a wonderful sight.
It is a part of the hotel and there is a restaurant. Fireflies can also be seen here.
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|Address||2-10-8 Sekiguchi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo|
How To Get To Chinzan-sō Garden
About 10 minutes walk from Edogawabashi Station Exit 1a on the Yurakucho Line.
- 0.1km – Sekiguchi Bashoan: Matsuo Basho lived here and built Ryugakuin-an, which later became known as Sekiguchi Bashoan (Basho’s Hermitage in Sekiguchi)
- 0.2km – Eiseibunko: Weapons and artifacts from the Hosokawa family are on display.
- 0.3km – Tokyo St. Mary’s Cathedral: The 39.4-meter-high, cross shaped cathedral was designed by the famous architect Kenzo Tange.