Kansen-en Park


Kansen-en Park, located near Mengebashi and Waseda stations on the Toden Arakawa Line, is a Japanese garden built on the grounds of a daimyo’s mansion. The name “Kansen-en” is derived from the on-site spring water, which is known for its suitability for the tea ceremony. The 3.5-acre garden, surrounded by trees around a pond, transports us to a world of tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis. The garden features seasonal highlights, including azaleas and hydrangeas in early summer, vibrant fall foliage, and trees with “yukizuri” art in winter.