A garden with a 400-year history,
associated with the Kaga clan
Notice of temporary closing due to heavy snow
We are sorry, but due to heavy snowfall, we will be temporarily closed from December 22.
Harken back to ancient times in a beautiful historical garden associated with the Kaga clan.
A garden landscaped by the Wakita family, retainers of the Kaga clan.
With a history dating back to the early Edo period (400 years ago), the garden predates the landscaping of Kenroku-en Garden.
Seasonal changes add color to the garden’s serenity.
Skunk cabbages herald spring,
irises bloom in early summer,
Enkianthus perulatus shrubs become colorful in autumn,
and silence reigns in winter when the snow falls.
Please make the most of each element of beautiful garden scenery that you come across.
A tranquil promenade-style garden with a pond
We will introduce the highlights of Gyokusenen.
Visitors can experience a tea ceremony at Saisetsu-tei, the oldest teahouse in Kanazawa.
At Saisetsu-tei, please enjoy a bowl of matcha tea while observing the tea ceremony.