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With an area of approx. 3.7 hectares, Shirotori Garden is said to be the largest chisen-kaiyu garden (style of garden that features a path around a pond) in the Chubu region of Japan. The artificial hill on Mt. Ontakesan is widely-known as the motif of the area, with the Kiso River flowing down from it. The pond which the water from Kiso River flows in to is often likened to Ise Bay. This perfectly depicts the parks theme of “The story of Water”; from source to ocean. A wide variety of flowers bloom here throughout the year; such as cherry blossoms in March-April, and the autumnal colors in late-November. Enjoy how the natural landscape can change depending on the season at Shirotori Garden!
2-5, Atsuta Nishimachi, Atsuta Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, 456-0036
・Adults: ￥300 ・Senior Citizens (Over the age of 65 and a city resident): ￥100 ・Younger than Junior High School age: Free
9:00 - 17:00 (Last admissions at 16:30)
・Every Monday (If Monday happens to fall on a national holiday, then Shirotori Garden will be closed the following day instead) ・Beginning and end of the year (Dec 29th - Jan 3rd)
Change at Nagoya Subway Station to Sakae Station on the Meijo Line (anti-clockwise direction). Approx. 10-minute walk from Jingu-Nishi Subway Station
Approx. 10-minutes from Rokuban-Kita Interchange on the Nagoya Expressway
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