"Chrysanthemum flower footpace exhibition" is started on Thursday, November 1 in Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden during period on Thursday, November 15.
Chrysanthemum flower footpace which colors Japanese garden of late fall.
Please appreciate the world of the tradition beauty full of flavor of Japan.
It is said to be the beginning in the Heian era from the end of the Nara era that chrysanthemum of gardening kind was brought over in Japan.
We accomplished Muromachi, the Edo era and the development, and chrysanthemum was fixed for crest of the Imperial Family afterwards in (1868) in 1868.
(1878), the Imperial Household Ministry held the first "Chrysanthemum flower visit" to appreciate chrysanthemum led by the Imperial Family at the temporary Imperial Palace of Akasaka in 1878.
Chrysanthemum for display was cultivated at first in Akasaka imperial villa, but cultivation of chrysanthemum began in (1904) in Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden in 1904.
And chrysanthemum-viewing society came to be held in Imperial garden from (1929) in 1929, too.
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden came to be known for time when scale, technique, design of display of chrysanthemum-viewing society were enriched most by these abroad widely as palace garden over the Showa era from the Taisho era.
Chrysanthemum flower estrade of Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden establishes building said to be customs shed (uwaya) in excursion-type Japanese garden and is flower bed which decorated original style in basic tone in flowers full of characteristics. We are going to do special display and plan in addition to normal display as memory on-site this year in 2017.
From Thursday, November 1 to Thursday, November 15
During period, it is opened without taking a rest on Monday especially as opening of the park period.
From 9:00 to 16:00
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Japanese garden
〒160-0014 11, Naitoumachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
*It is alcoholic beverage carry-on, moratorium on playground equipments in garden
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Service Center
For more information: → Official site