Kyu-furukawa Garden is a metropolitan garden located in Nishigahara, Kita-ku, Tokyo. It was originally established in 1919 (Taisho 8) as the residence of Baron Koyata Furukawa, a member of the Furukawa zaibatsu, in its current form, including Western-style buildings, a Western garden, and a Japanese garden.
It is currently a national asset, managed by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and open to the public. It is designated as a place of scenic beauty by the national government and is well-known as a popular spot for roses in Tokyo.
Address: 1-27-39 Nishigahara, Kita-ku, Tokyo
Open hours : 9am - 5pm (entry until 4:30pm)
Entrance fee : ¥150
Mar / Camellia, Japanese apricot, Japanese narcissus
Apr / Thunberg's meadowsweet, Weeping cherry, Viola
grypoceras, Kobushi magnolia, Someiyoshino, Yama-
zakura cherry, Japanese kerria, Iris japonica, White
perulatus, Peony, Lady Banks' rose, Azalea
May / German iris, Spring rose, Bottlebrush
Jun / Gardenia, Satsuki azalea
Oct / Autumn rose
Nov / Rose, Japanese wax tree (red leaves), Maple (red leaves)
Nov - Feb / Yukitsuri and Fuyugakoi (Winter plant protection)
Dec / Ginkgo (yellow leaves), Sasanqua
※We took a photo of rose on top page as of 4/NOV/2023 and there were so many kinds of roses.