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Visiting Shukkei En Garden Hiroshima

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Being destroyed by the bomb, the plants and trees of Shukkei En Garden survived to blossom again. The park and its building have long since been restored to its original splendor. The fragrant flowers, grassy ground, greeny surroundings, mesmerizing pond and magical eye shots make the garden more appealing and delightful.

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A day at Shukkei En Garden

A day at Shukkei En Garden

Landscape Gardening Method

Landscape Gardening Method

Sukkein En Garden is a small Japanese park. The tangled design of the garden gives a spacious impression with a different area. The beautiful landscape offers multitudinous of scenic sights ranging from stellar beaches to the sky liner mountain tops and from deep lakes to charming valleys.

Flower of Remembrance

Flower of Remembrance

Sukkein En Garden is genuinely serene offering a spectacular view to the excursionists. The Viridescent Enclave situated near the Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum is the first to witness the tremendous and unceasing pain of the victims. The park manifests a large green area where toddlers and tiny tots can play barefooted. The water tumbles over the scales of moan that depicts the tragedy of its horrifying past and reflects the beauty of this renaissance.

Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum

Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum

Situated next to this Japanese garden, Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum is a gift to the city. The Asano family accorded this park to Hiroshima Prefecture to serve as a refuge for the injured people in the atomic blast. The art museum exhibits a small collection of ìSalvador Daliís Dream of Venusî and the marvelous artwork of ìHirayama Ikuoî. The ground floor of this museum features a sizeable luminous lounge area with garden views and windows fixed from the ceiling to the level.

Tea Ceremonies

Tea Ceremonies

Sukkein En Garden orchestrates the tea ceremonies throughout the year. It hosts 'Health and Good Luck' tea ceremony in January while March displays ìPeace Blossomî tea ceremony. The most popular is the ìCool of the Eveningî ceremony held in August.

Shukkei En Garden Hiroshima Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

You can Book the tickets through this website at an affordable price.

How To Get Around?

You can get around in Hiroshima by bus, metro, or bike. The metros and subways service starts from 6:00 am to the midnight. The city connects the bus service across it well. You can enjoy the ride on the bus at an affordable price. Sukkein En Garden is at the walk of fifteen minutes from Hiroshima Station. You can directly catch the tram of Line 9 from Shukkei En Mae. Else you can take tram line 1, Line 2, Line 6 to Hacchobori and after there get transferred to tram Line 9. However, you can also hire private cabs or self-driven vehicles for a comfortable journey.

What Should I Wear?

There is no dress code for Sukkein En Garden. You can wear anything of your choice. You can carry lightweight, soft and delicate fabric. You can pack jeans, trousers, tank top, crop top, and dresses in comfortable footwear. Try to take cotton fabrics instead of polyester and synthetic fabric. You are recommended to carry sunscreen lotion, a hat, a scarf, and a pair of sunglasses. Try to avoid the complete black look as it is related to the funeral. Do not show your shoulders. Avoid sleeveless top. The bottom should be below knee length. Do not forget to carry layers and jackets in the winter months.

Shukkei En Garden Hiroshima Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to tour Sukkein En Garden is from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. However, the months of October and November offers a pleasant atmosphere to explore Hiroshima. Avoid planning the trip in summer months due to its humid and hot temperature.

Currency

Japanese Yen

Will I Need a Guide?

No. The website is the best guide consisting of the complete info about the destination spot.

How To Get There?

Hiroshima can be reached through airplanes, trains, ferries, buses or cars. Hiroshima Airport is the main gateway to the city. You can book the flights for the same. Taxis and cabs are available at the airport for the further journey. JR Hiroshima Station welcomes several trains coming from national cities. It is fifteen minutes walking distance from the Sukkein En Garden. Ujina Port also serves multitudinous of tram line to get into the city.

Additional Info

Avoid visiting the park during school holidays. The park prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages. You are recommended to re-apply the sunscreen lotion on your skin to prevent sunburn and tanning. You are advised to book the tickets in advance. Be aware in the large crowd as pickpockets roaming around tourist destinations. Empty your pockets and put your cash & cell phones in an inside a bag with the inner compartment. Try to carry credit and debit cards instead of money. Do not stock the money in one place. To prevent losing your most valuables in a safe deposit box in a safe at the hotel or apartment.

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