Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo
During the Edo Period (1603-1868), this place of land was the villa of the lord of the Kururi feudal domain in Kazusa Province, Kuroda Buzen no Kami, and in the Meiji Period (1868-1912), a residence and garden were built here by Prince Aritomo Yamagata. Named Chinzanso due to the large number of camellias which surround it (the “Chin” in the name represents camellias), it came into the possession of the Fujita family during the Taisho Period (1912-1926). Within the garden stands a three-tiered pagoda moved from Hiroshima, and said to have been constructed at the end of the Muromachi Period (1336-1573).
BUNKYO CITY DIGITAL JOURNEY is a service where you can enjoy 360º VR video contents of Bunkyo City, including its tourist attractions. Follow the steps below for use.
(Offered only as app)
*For reading markers, use BUNKYO CITY DIGITAL JOURNEY leaflet distributed at tourist attractions within Bunkyo City. The leaflet is also posted on Bunkyo City's home page.