The Tokugawa Museum (徳川ミュージアム)
This museum is located near Senba Park, a 10-minute drive from Mito Station. Along with belongings from Tokugawa Ieyasu other works of art related to the Mito-Tokugawa family, including swords and a war-fan decorated with a pine tree painting, and various historical records are stored. You can also experience a tea-ceremony in the Tokugetsutei tea house, a tea house which had deep ties to the Tokugawa family and which has been relocated here. With reservation you can enjoy the Nariaki Gozen meal on the garden terrace, a contemporary arrangement of a recipe from the Shoku Sai Roku book written by Tokugawa Nariaki, ninth head of the Mito-Tokugawa family.
- open everyday
* New Year's Holiday and There may be days when the facility is closed.
- [Three rooms holding period (tax included) Admission fee]
[Adult] 1,500yen (group 30 people and above 1,400yen)
[Child] 1,100yen (group 30 people and above 1,000yen)
[two rooms holding period (tax included) Admission fee]
[Adult] 1,400yen (group 30 people and above 1,300yen)
[Child] 1,000yen (group 30 people and above 900yen)
[Period of one room (tax included) Admission fee]
[Adult] 1,300yen ( Group 30 people and above 1,200yen)
[Child] 900yen (Group 30 people and above 800yen)
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Nearby Tourist Attractions
Just a stone's throw from Tokyo, Ibaraki is a coastal prefecture that has mastered juxtapositions, where old shrines meet new scientific discoveries and traditional gardens are frequented by the inventors of some of the newest technology. Head to Mito City's Kairakuen - one of Japan's Three Great Gardens - in spring to experience the cellestial blooming of fantastic cherry blossoms at the annual sakura festival.