AUTUMN LIGHT-UP AT TOKUGAWA GARDENS
Tokugawa-en was founded in 1695 by Mitsutomo Tokugawa – grandson of Shogun Ieyasu TOKUGAWA. The residence and gardens were given to the City in 1931 and were opened to the public as a Japanese garden in 2004.
The grounds of Tokugawa-en will be illuminated to show off the colourful autumn foliage that this traditional Japanese gardens has to offer. The park will be open until 20:30 for this annual event.
Regular admission prices apply. Special events will be held from 17:30 on November 27 & 28.
When: November 19 – 21, 23 (national holiday), 26 – 28 (09:30 – 20:30).
Admission: Adults 300 Yen, under 16s free.
Access: By City or Meitetsu Bus – Any outbound bus from the “traffic island” bus stop at Shiyakusho Subway 市役所Station.Get off at Tokugawaen Shindeki 徳川園新出来; costs 200 Yen.
(NIC Event Information)