Keio Mogusaen

Keio Mogusaen is located at the site of Shorenji Temple that was founded in the Edo period (1603-1868).
The temple site was remodeled into the Japanese garden Keio Mogusaen, which has been open to the public since then.
In February, colorful 500 plum trees of 50 types can be appreciated.
The flowers of each reason, such as wisteria flowers, hydrangeas, autumn foliage, daffodils, can be enjoyed throughout the year.
Located on the heights of the Tama Hills, this area was famous as a place of scenic beauty in the Edo period, and many famous writers such as Bokusui Wakayama and Tokoku Kitamura visited here in the Meiji period (1868-1912).