Kobuntei

Historical Monument
A structure in Kairakuen, located on the grounds of Tokiwa-jinja Shrine in front of Kairakuen Station in Tokiwa-cho 1-Chome, Mito City. Said to have been designed by Tokugawa Nariaki, the 9th feudal lord of the Mito domain, it consists of a two-layered three-story wooden main building and a wooden single-story annex. The current building was restored after being destroyed by air raids during World War II. Open to the public, you can enter for a fee and enjoy the view from the third floor Rakujuro as well as the fusuma-e paintings on the sliding doors. A formal tea gathering is held once a month.

Spot details

Address
Ibaraki Mito-shi Tokiwacho 1-3-3
Phone
0292216570
Hours
[2/20-9/30]9:00-17:00
[10/1-2/19]9:00-16:30
Closed
12/29-31
Fees
[Admission fee] [Adult] 200yen [Children, 70 years old and over] 100yen
Parking Lot
Available(1,200spaces)
Credit Card
Available(VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, DISCOVER, Diners Club)
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Available(IBARAKI FREE Wi-Fi)
Estimated stay time
0-30 minutes
Infant friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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  • 3 storey building with a view of Senba lake
    4.0 Reviewed:2020.02.27
    Many people who visited Kairakuen also visited this building where you can get a good view of the lake and surrounding park. We only looked at the external architecture and didnt go inside as we...
  • Beautiful building, great view
    4.0 Reviewed:2019.10.14
    Kobuntei is a beautiful building, and the views from the top are worth the steep climb. The fusama screens inside the various rooms are impressive; the subject and artist of each is identified in...
  • Nov 2018
    4.0 Reviewed:2018.12.03
    if your are visiting the park, might as well visit this place, it a place when you are see the interior of the past lord living quarter.

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