Apr 11, 2018
Rinshunkaku was originally built as a second house of the Kishu Tokugawa family in the early Edo period. You can see the sophisticated architectural designs that resemble some of the interior designs of Katura Rikyu in Kyoto.
It is designated as a nationally important cultural property. Celebrating Hara Sankei’s 150th anniversary, the building and its surrounding path are open to the public in this special season.
Date&Time: April 28 (Sat) to May 6 (Sun); 9:00-16:30
Location: Sankeien (take a bus from JR Negishi Stn)
Fee: Admission to Sankeien is 700 yen for adults, 200 yen for elementary/junior high school students, 200 for senior citizens over 65yrs. (please show your Hama-tomo card)
To Apply: Please go directly to the location.
Inquiries: (045) 621-0634 (Japanese only)
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