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Kansen-en Park

Kansenen Park is an old park that has existed since Edo era. The park is so large that it includes Mizuinari shrine. Kansenen was named after the spring water that comes from the center of the park. There had been a statue built in 1811by the spring water, but it was moved to in front of Mizuinari shrine. It is said that is was the residence of Shimizu family, but was owned by Tsushima marquis in Meiji Era. Today, it is a part of Waseda University. The area of the park is about 14,000 square meters. Kansenen Park is a circuit style garden with a pond shaped like a gourd at the center of the park.

Zip code 〒169-0051
Address 3-5, Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Business hours, regular holiday
From March to October from 7:00 to 19:00
From November to February from 7:00 to 17:00
*Japanese garden part
The nearest station, access
  • Approx.7-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Tozai Line “Waseda” station, Exit 1.
  • It is a 5-minute walk from Toden Arakawa Line Omokagebashi Station

Metropolitan bus "Nishiwaseda stop" 3-minute walk

Phone number 03-5273-3914
FAX number 03-3209-5595
Web site
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