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  • 58–1 Honmoku San-no-tani Map It
  • Naka-ku
  • House/Mansion/Villa

Updated 08/19/2013

Fodor's Review

Opened to the public in 1906, this was once the estate and gardens of Tomitaro Hara (1868–1939), one of Yokohama's wealthiest men, who made his money as a silk merchant before becoming a patron of the arts. On the extensive grounds of the estate he created is a kind of open-air museum of traditional Japanese architecture, some of which was brought here from Kamakura and the western part of the country. Especially noteworthy is Rinshun-kaku, a villa built for the Tokugawa clan in 1649. There's also a tea pavilion, Choshu-kaku, built by the third Tokugawa shogun, Iemitsu. Other buildings include a small temple transported from Kyoto's famed Daitoku-ji and a farmhouse from the Gifu district in the Japan Alps (around Takayama).

Sight Information


58–1 Honmoku San-no-tani, Yokohama, Kanagawa-ken, 231-0824, Japan

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Sight Details:

  • Inner garden ¥300, outer garden ¥300, farmhouse ¥100
  • Inner garden daily 9–4, outer garden and farmhouse daily 9–4:30

Updated 08/19/2013


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