Tetsugakudo Park


Museums & Attractions


A hillside park founded by philosopher Enryo Inoue, who wanted to enshrine philosophical theory in physical form. The park contains 77 spots that symbolise different doctrines. On the top of the hill are six Meiji-era buildings that are open to the public during hanami season and in October on public holidays and at weekends.

Tokyo City Guide (Edition 5)


1-34-28 Matsugaoka, Nakano-ku

Transport Araiyakushi-mae Station (Seibu Shinjuku line), north exit; Nakano Station (Chuo, Sobu, Tozai lines), north exit then bus to Tetsugakudo bus stop

Telephone 03 3954 4881

Open 9am-5pm daily


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