Embark on an immersive cultural journey that transcends mere sightseeing. With Japan Royal Services, a visit to a traditional Japanese garden becomes an experience that nourishes the spirit, harmonizes the senses, and embodies the refined luxury that Japan has to offer.
Originating from the 17th century, Kenrokuen is one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Designed in the style of a "strolling garden" for the ruling Maeda family, it is home to the iconic Kotojitoro Lantern and Karasaki Pine.
Ritsurin Garden is highly esteemed and is considered a masterpiece of classic Edo Period design. The garden's name, which means "chestnut grove", dates back to the early Edo period.
Built in the 17th century by Emperor Gomizuno, Shugakuin features a set of gardens and villas at varying elevations, offering expansive views of Kyoto.