Fujita Memorial Japanese Garden

The garden of 21,800 square meters of total areas that maintained an annex of Kenichi Fujita who was a member of the House of Lords in businessmen. Across the cliff place of 13m in height, there are two parts. The hill part which assumes Mount Iwaki making use of the surrounding landscape in the design of a garden. A low land part of the stroke-style garden around a pond. A European-style building and a Japanese-style hall of the Shoin-zukuri, archaeology building are built in the hill part, and the irises of 70 kinds of 1,500 are in full bloom in the low land part for from the middle of June to the middle of July. There are a plum garden and the water harp cave, too, and colored leaves are beautiful for from the middle of October to the beginning of November.

[ Access ]
It is 15 minutes in Dotecho circulation BUS from JR Hirosaki Station. Bus stop Shiyakusho-mae getting off. A 3-minute walk.
[ Hours ]
Opening of the park: From the middle of April to November 23. Admission from 9:00 to 16:30.
[ Fees ]
310 yen for adults, 100 yen for children
[ Closed ]
Open everyday during the period
[ Links(Japanese) ]
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