Kyoto Tea Country

Shokado Garden Art Museum

Shokado Garden Art Museum is associated with Shokado Shojo (1584-1639), who was a buddhist priest from Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine.
Shokado Garden has an area of approximately 20,000㎡, and the Soan Shokado, where Shojo lived after his retirement (currently closed to visitors due to the earthquake of June 18, 2018). The garden is also home to three tearooms, Sho-in, Chiku-in, and Bai-in. In the garden, in addition to more than 40 kinds of bamboo and nearly 200 camellia trees, plum trees, cherry trees, green maple trees and Japanese maple trees can also be found, creating beautiful scenery across all four seasons.
Shokado Art Museum has special exhibitions held in spring and autumn each year, and exhibitions focused on the museum collections around three times a year.

43-1 Yawata-Ominaeshi,Yawata City, Kyoto Prefecture
From Iwashimizu Hachimangu Station or Kuzuha Station on the Keihan Line, take Keihan Bus and get off at "Oshiba-Shokado Mae" bus stop
Business Hours
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Last entry 4:30 p.m.)
Closed: Every Monday, New Years holidays (12/27 - 1/4)
*The garden and museum are open when Monday is a national holiday, and will be closed on the following weekday.
Space for regular-sized vehicles: About 50 cars (Price: Free)

Space for large vehicles: 4 buses (Price: Free)

*Please contact us in advance if you plan to use large vehicles or buses