Kenroku-en is the Japanese garden in Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa. It’s designated as national scenic spot and 1985 in a national special scenic spot in 1922.
Landscape was done by a successive generations seigneur of Kaga feudal clan. The size is about 11.7 hectares. A tea-ceremony room, a bridge and a pond are arranged, and the beautiful scenery is seen through four seasons including winter suspension of branches with rope.
It’s ranked as one of Three Great Gardens of Japans as well as Korakuen in Okayama-shi and Kairakuen in Mito-shi.
Address: Kenrokumachi 1, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa (GoogleMap)
“Kenroku-en Kikuzakura” is the natural monument which had only no one in Japan. More than 300 petals stick to one flower, and because it blooms like a flower of a chrysanthemum exactly, it’s called by this name. A flowering period is about 2 weeks from the end of April to the beginning of May.