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Ikedashi Garden

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A Japanese-style garden built by the Ikeda family, one of the three greatest landowners in the Tohoku region. Be surprised and moved by Japan's tallest large-scale three-legged stone lantern at approximately 4m in height. Also designated as one of Japan's National Scenic Places of Beauty, the foliage in the autumn here is worth seeing.

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Street address

1 Oshima, Takanashi, Daisen City, Akita


  • Take the JR Akita Shinkansen and Ou Line to Omagari Station. Take the Ugokotsu Bus Senya Line for 10 min. to "Kanahori". Then a 5-min. walk.

Opening Hours

9:00-16:30 (closed depending on season; business hours subject to change)


Closed depending on season (contact the Daisen City Tourist Information Center at 0187-86-0888 for more information)


Best season

May, Jun., Aug., Oct., Nov.


Combination tour with the nearby Ancient Wall of Hotta, a nationally-designated historical site is highly recommended. The wall is said to be the ruins of a government office built in the early Heian period.

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