Shirotori Garden [白鳥庭園]

Seiu-tei in Shirotori Garden
Shirotori Garden
Photo by Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau

Shirotori Garden in spring
Shirotori Garden in spring
Photo by Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau

Shirotori Garden ("Shirotori Teien" in Japanese) is a traditional Japanese garden opened in 1991.
It is located about 0.7 km west of Atsuta Shrine.

This site was a wide timber yard since the early 17th century, and this garden was constructed after closing the yard.

A stream in Shirotori Garden
A stream in Shirotori Garden
Photo by Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau

Waterfall in Shirotori Garden in summer
Waterfall in summer
Photo by Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau

This garden is about 200 meters square, and the size is the largest in Tokai Region.

There are several ponds and they are connected.
And there is a waterfall and the stream flows into the ponds.

By the pond, there are a cafe (Shioiri-tei) and a teahouse (Seiu-tei).

A path in Shirotori Garden
A path in Shirotori Garden
Photo by Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau

Shirotori Garden in autumn
Shirotori Garden in autumn
Photo by Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau

Cherry blossoms, azaleas, Japanese hydrangeas, water lilies, bush clovers, camellias, etc. bloom through a year, and the autumn leaves are also beautiful.

Shirotori Garden

How to get here

The nearest station of subway is Jingu-Nishi (M27 Meijo Line).
Then, about 800 meters walk.

Hotels around Shirotori Garden

Hotels around Shirotori Garden

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