A historic daimyo garden that has been passed down since the Edo period

It is a daimyo garden built by Nagaakira Asano, the first feudal lord of the Hiroshima domain, as a garden for a villa. It is adjacent to the Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art. Shukkeien is said to have been created in imitation of China's world-famous scenic spot, "West Lake," because it has a magnificent view of the mountain river, the state of Kyoto Raku, and the scenery of Miyama in the garden. It was named. Large and small islands float in the pond dug in the center of the garden, and it is also called a strolling garden because you can enjoy it while walking around the well-arranged valleys, bridges, and tea rooms. The garden is full of nature, and you can enjoy seasonal flowers throughout the year.


business hours
April 1st to September 30th / 09: 00 ~ 18: 00 * Admission is until 17:30; October 1st to March 31st / 09: 00 ~ 17: 00 * Admission is until 16:30
December 29th, December 30th, December 31st
General / 260 yen, high school and university students / 150 yen, elementary and junior high school students / 100 yen, groups of 20 or more general / 200 yen, groups of 20 or more high school and university students / 100 yen, elementary and junior high school students / 80 yen
730-00142-11 Kaminoboricho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City
Phone Number
Parking Lot
29 units (charged)


2-11 Kaminoboricho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

4 minutes by Hiroshima city circulation bus from Hiroshima Station Shinkansen exit, 2 minutes on foot from Prefectural Museum of Art (Shukkeien Mae). Alternatively, take a tram from Hiroshima Station for 9 minutes, transfer to the Hakushima Line from Hatchobori for 3 minutes, and immediately from Shukkeien-mae.

Share this article

Recommended route that include this destination

Special Feature