Rainy Day at Fukushima's Jorakuen

A traditional garden hidden in the city

By Sandra Isaka   - 1 min read

Jorakuen was designed and built by a master gardener who worked in Kyoto for many years.  Although built in the early 1980's, the garden has a very traditional feel.  Visitors can enjoy many different views throughout the year due to changing seasons.  It is most beautiful in fall and during the June iris festival.

For more information, visit the garden's website

Sandra Isaka

Sandra Isaka @sandra.isaka

As an intercultural consultant & Japan travel specialist with 20 years in Japan, I love sharing my favorite places with others.