The Shunkaen Bonsai Museum is directed by Kunio Kobayashi, a master of the bonsai world. In Tokyo's Edogawa Ward, this beautiful Japanese garden and magnificent Japanese house are lined with bonsai that show a variety of fascinating faces, changing from season to season. Please visit, take your time, and enjoy the magic and wonder of the traditional Japanese art form that is bonsai. Visitors can also [experience a tea ceremony](https://experiences.travel.rakuten.com/experiences/21186) or [wearing kimono at the museum](https://experiences.travel.rakuten.com/experiences/21048)!
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Opened in 2002, the Shunka-en Bonsai Art Museum (or Shunkaen Bonsai Museum) is a museum in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, that exhibits bonsai. Hidden away in a residential area about 20 minutes by bus from Koiwa Station, the museum offers a secluded atmosphere to enjoy the bonsai in peace. The museum is directed by Kunio Kobayashi, an award-winning bonsai master, and visitors are free to browse the bonsai and contemporary galleries, which are arranged in a beautiful Japanese garden and a magnificent Japanese house. Bonsai, an expression of traditional Japanese culture, attracts attention from around the world as a representative Japanese art form. The Shunkaen Bonsai Museum is the fruit of the growing desire to have as many people as possible experience the splendor of bonsai, which displays both beauty and the harshness of nature hidden within it. See bonsai expressing the beauty of plants from season to season, including a collection of 1000-year-old pine trees. We invite you to enjoy it in a relaxing and uniquely Japanese setting.
10:00–17:00 Closed Mondays (open if Monday is a national holiday) ※Opening and closing days and hours may vary. Please be sure to check the official website before visiting. 【Ticket Validity】 • Valid up to 3 months after purchase **From reservation to entry, it's a simple 2-step process! ** ＜Step 1> After booking your ticket on Rakuten Travel Experience, an e-ticket will be sent to your registered e-mail address. <Step 2> When you arrive at the facility, please visit the entrance counter and click on the "Voucher" link in the e-mail sent to you at the time of purchase. Please click the "Use" button and show the screen to the staff. (Please ensure that your smartphone can connect to the internet before your visit)