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Rakujuen Park

This richly greened garden park is just south of Mishima Station. Imperial Prince Komatsunomiya Akihito, who was active in the Meiji Restoration, had a villa here (built in 1890), with the land becoming a city park in 1952.

The garden park has beautiful scenic views to enjoy, such as the Kohama Pond, a natural spring fed by melting snow from Mt. Fuji. And, surrounded by natural forest, the garden is designated as a national nature treasure and scenic spot – truly a perfect spot for a stroll.

The animal enclosure is home to many delightful animals, including alpaca, pony and capybara.

Rakujukan (villa) is designated as a Mishima cultural asset, and the sukiya style of building is a delight to behold. If you wish to tour the villa, please join one of the six daily guided tours.

At the Kyodo-Shiryokan (folk museum), visitors can learn about and experience life as it was lived in yesteryear Mishima.

The park has a shop and resting facilities.

Everyone – from toddlers to grownups – can enjoy the abundant nature of this park through the seasons.

19-3 Ichibancho, Mishima
A 3-minute walk from JR Mishima Station
April-October: 9:00~17:00 (entry by 16:30)
November-March: 9:00~16:30 (entry by 16:00)
Monday (following day after a Monday national holiday), year end and New Year
Individual: \300, Group: \270, Under 15s are free