Facility

Kakushokaku

Kakushokaku

Tangible Cultural Property designated by Yokohama City

This is the largest building in Sankeien, with a total floor area of 950 square meters. The name “Kakushokaku” comes from its exterior appearance suggestive of a flying crane.

Built in 1902 by Hara Sankei as his residence, it marked the start of development of Sankeien over the following twenty years.

Sankei was also known as a collector of Japanese and other Asian art. American industrialist Charles Freer and Austrian historian of Asian art Adolf Fischer were among many who visited from overseas to appreciate Sankei’s art collection.

Although the building was remodeled after the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923 and again after World War II, it was returned to its original 1902 design in 2000.


Facility



Hours 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (last entry at 4:30 PM)
Admission
  • 700 yen for adults (High school students and above), 200 yen for children
  • Group discounts (10 or more people): 600 yen for adults
    100 yen for children
    300 yen for students
    (high school students or above)
    *If faculty member is present
  • City residents 65 years old and above: 200 yen
    *Please present your Hamatomo Card issued by Yokohama City.
  • Persons with physical disabilities (regardless of residency): free (up to one caregiver also admitted for free)
    se present your Physical Disability Passbook
  • Book of 5 tickets: 3,000 yen for adults; 500 yen for children
  • Annual pass: 2,500 yen for adults; 700 yen for children; 700 yen for city residents 65 years old and over
    se present your Hamatomo Card issued by Yokohama City.
Parking

Automobiles: 500 yen up to 2 hours; 100 yen for every additional 30 minutes; 1,000 yen maximum per day Buses: 1,000 yen

Closed

December 29, 30, 31

Please note the following:
  • We ask visitors to refrain from bringing their pets into the garden.
  • Smoking is not allowed within the garden.
  • Please do not pick any plants or flowers or remove any wildlife from the garden.
  • No eating or drinking in the inner garden.
  • Private use of the buildings and gardens, as well as photography for commercial purposes requires prior approval. Please contact the office in advance.

Access

Sankeien Hoshokai Foundation

58-1 Honmokusannotani, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 231-0824

TEL: 045-621-0634(or 0635) / FAX: 045-621-6343

*Please make sure you have the right number when you call.