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"Mihamaen" Japanese garden

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Mihamaen is a 1.6 hectare Japanese garden where Japanese and foreign visitors alike can familiarize themselves with traditional Japanese culture. As an expression of traditional Japanese culture that visitors could interact with, the garden was built in a style known as “chisen kaiyu shiki,” which is characterized by a winding path that takes visitors around a pond, and was designed to symbolize mountain, river, sea, and forest. As you stroll around the pond, you can enjoy the seasonal beauty of nature. The elaborate garden design includes a dock, a beach, a peninsula, an island, and a bridge in the lower pond, as well as arbors, hilly areas, and walking paths.


Address 2-116 Hibino, Mihama-ku, Chiba City
Access 10-minute walk from the South Entrance of Kaihimmakuhari Station on the JR Keiyo Line
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Hours Mihamaen 8:00-17:00
Matcha service: 9:00-16:30
Note: Tickets can be purchased up to 30 minutes before closing time.
Facility outline Mihamaen and lawn area: 400 m2
(50 people seated, 100 people standing)
Entire garden: 16,000 m2
Remarks Shoraitei is roofed. Other structures are not roofed.
The garden is not usually illuminated at night.
Toilet facilities and parking for people with disabilities are available. A ramp and seats for wheelchair users are available. Service dogs are permitted. The entire venue is non-smoking.
Eating and drinking in the garden is prohibited (in principle).
Note: To apply to use the teahouse, call six months prior to the desired date. Applicants must submit an application form, as well as a list of required tea ware, if applicable, no later than seven days before the venue hire date.

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Floor Plan

Past Events

2014 99th Kiwanis International Conference
Tea party at Shoraitei
2015 20th Asia South Pacific Design Automation Conference (ASP-DAC 2015)
Tea party at Shoraitei

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