A Meiji period mountain villa garden built on a picturesque site overlooking the Hiji River.
Three buildings perfectly in harmony with nature, designed with the utmost luxury right down to the finest detail, and each adopting a unique style.
The garden reflects the changing seasons, and the background scenery in the distance blends in to form part of it. Altogether the perfect place to experience a taste of ancient Japanese beauty and refinement.
* The Meiji period (1868-1912) is when Japan rapidly began to modernize, adopting foreign cultures and technologies.
- 411-2, Ozu, OzuCity
- Business hours
- 9:00 to 17:00 (Last admission at 16:30)
- Open every day
- Parking space
43 passenger car parking spaces / 6 large vehicle parking spaces
- Admission fee
- Adults 500 yen / children (junior high school age and under) 200 yen / infants (under 5) free * Groups of more than 20 people: 20% off * Combined ticket with Ozu Castle: Adults 800 yen / children (junior high school age and under) 300 yen