A stone garden that represents Japan

It is a large-scale stone garden of about 6,000 tsubo, which is unique in Japan and has a new style of Japanese garden as a whole, where you can appreciate the famous stones, megaliths, strange stones, and kumite stones from all over the country. In addition to a number of giant stones and strange stones, the Kamiishiden, where the giant cedar at the entrance is eye-catching, exhibits bonseki, suiseki, and mineral rough stones. There are plenty of seasonal trees such as peony, satsuki, 100-day red, crimson Enkianthus perulatus, and maple, which you can enjoy all year round. Seizo Yamana (No. Kotoyama), a doctor living in Zoka, Higashi-Hiroshima City, spent more than 10 years investing his own fortune, planning, designing, and implementing it himself.


business hours
09: 00 ~ 17: 00
Open daily
High school students and above general / 1,000 yen, elementary and junior high school students / 300 yen, groups 20 or more general / 800 yen, groups 20 or more elementary and junior high school students or younger / 200 yen, preschoolers or younger / free, annual ticket / 3,000 yen
739-21111398 Takayabori, Takaya-cho, Higashi-Hiroshima City
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100 units (free)


1398 Takayabori, Takaya-cho, Higashi-Hiroshima City

About 7 minutes by car from Sanyo Expressway Saijo IC via National Highway 375

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