Keio Mogusaen


Museums & Attractions


Originally a temple garden constructed in the early 18th century, Mogusaen passed into private hands in the early Meiji era before getting acquired by the Keio conglomerate in 1957. The expansive hilltop grounds offer nice views toward Fuchu and central Tokyo, while the garden itself is best known for its approximately 500 plum trees, which burst into bloom from early February to mid-March. Mogusaen is also home to a wide range of wild birds, many of which can be spotted year-round. To get there, take the Keio line for Takaosanguchi and get off at Mogusaen Station.


560 Mogusa, Hino-shi, Tokyo

Transport Mogusaen Station (Keio line)

Telephone 042 591 3478

Open 9am-5pm (Nov, Dec until 4.30pm) / closed Wed (Thu if Wed is a holiday)

Admission ¥300, children ¥100


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.


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