≪Autumn Foliage Spots≫ Roka Koshun-en Park
Nostalgic autumn landscape produced by the house with a thatched roof and the Japanese maple
This parkland used to be a house and garden of Roka Tokutomi, one of the most popular authors in the Meiji and Taisho eras. He and his wife, Aiko, spent the latter half of their lives here. He called his garden “Koshun-en” and lived there for 20 years until his death in 1927. Other than an old house, there are Roka Memorial Hall, his grave and some other facilities.
In the garden where remain traces of Musashino, you can enjoy Japanese nostalgic autumn scenery created by the Baika Library with a thatched roof and Japanese maple. You can also see yellow leaves such as gingko and zelkova in the open area.
|Event Name||≪Autumn Foliage Spots≫ Roka Koshun-en Park|
|Venue||Roka Koshun-en Park|
|Dates||Around early December – Around mid-December ※Average year|
|Open Hours||Open area / 24 hours open
Koshun-en area / 9:00-16:30
(Roka Tokutomi’s old house, Roka Memorial Hall / 9:00-16:00)
|Address||1-20-1 Kasuya, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo|