Enjoy the natural surroundings of the largest Japanese garden in Shikoku!
Nanraku-en is the largest Japanese garden in Shikoku, over four times as large as the Hanshin Koshien baseball stadium. The garden was created using the pre-eminent techniques of modern garden design. Designated as one of the “Best 100 Urban Parks in Japan”, the garden presents beautiful scenery based on the themes of “mountain, village, city, and the sea”. Come and experience the beauty of Japanese nature through each of the four distinctive seasons. The 30,000 irises in bloom around May are a particular visitor favourite!
|Business Hours||Open 9am - 5pm|
|Days Closed for Business||Closed 29 December to 1 January|
|Price||Adults 300yen, Children (6-17) 150yen, Senior Citizens (over 65) 150yen|
Holders of a physical disability certificate 150yen
Discounts for groups of over 20: Adults 240yen
|Directions||(Closest bus stop) |
By Uwajima Jidosha Bus: Nanraku-en bus stop (1 min.)
|Parking||Approximately 500 car parking spaces available|
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