Kiyosumi Teien  (清澄庭園)

The Kiyosumi gardens are said to have been part of the residence of the business man Kinokuniya Bunzaemon in the Edo period (1603-1868). In the Meiji period, the founder of Mitsubishi, Iwasaki Yataro, bought the land an remodeled the garden to entertain guests as well as for the enjoyment of his employees.
Today it is famous for its very special stones, collected from all over Japan.

Contents:
Introduction
History
Buildings
Stones and Stone Constructions
Other Highlights
Anikas Impressions
Around Kiyosumi-teien

14 pages full of information about the Kiyosumi Garden
31 pictures of the gardens

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Directions

How to get there
Kiyosumi-Shirakawa station is the closest to the garden. It is served by the Hanzomon and Oedo Metro lines. From the station, walk 100m south.

Opening times
9am - 5pm (last entrance at 4:30)

Closed around New Year between December 29th and January 1st.

Admission
150 Yen

Address
JP: 東京都江東区清澄二・三丁目
EN: Tokyo, Koto-ku, Kiyosumi 2-3Chome

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