Kamoso Kachoen


A collaboration of old traditional houses from the Edo period, newly bred flowers, and wild birds. Here you will find "satoyama" the original landscape of the Japanese people.


Our nursery is open for visitors, who can see the nurturing process at site and follow our selective breeding, improving and nurturing until new cultivars are generated.

You will be able to meet many Kamo Garden original and exclusive flowers during each season.

Kamo Selection ​Hydrangeas

  • The Garden Park began developing cultivars for gardens and since 1992our eff orts started to bloom, in a rich in variety of vigorous and gorgeousfl owers and yet still continuing the improvements.
  • Our flower exhibition starts in late April, earlier than the general fl oweringperiod. Aff ordable at our flower shop and by internet sales

 Estimated bloom: Late April until end of June

* Blooming period may vary upon the years. Check in advance.

Japanese Iris

Our garden park has been preserving the traditional flowers since the Edo period and also carried out the latest varieties.

By the end of April, the first varieties start to bloom and you will meet each variety disputing its splendor until the end of June.

Estimated bloom: Late April until end of June

* Blooming period may vary upon the years.

Check in advance.

Diamond lily

The Diamond lily (genus Nerine) is a bulb native from South ​Africa, var. Lycoris genus Nerine. This jewel from the late ​autumn is called Diamondlily as the petals reflect light and ​shine brilliantly and graceful like diamond dust.

In 1986, the Kamoso Kachoen Garden Park started the ​selective breedingwhich resulted in large-flowered and big-​bloomed diamond lilies.

Flower pots for sale on November’s exhibition

Estimated bloom: November

* Blooming period may vary upon the years.

Check in advance.


Shoya ​residence

The Shoya residence “Kamoso” located at the east central side of the Japanese Iris garden, has been the residence of the Kamo Family since the Momoyama period (approx.. 1573-1600DC).

The present residence was built 250 years ago, in the middle Edo period. Its good state of preservation allowed the stage formany films shots and super hero tv series.

The Shoya residence has been opened to visitors all the yearround where you can enjoy a tea break with the famous Kakegawa deep-steamed green tea and sweets.


You can enjoy inherited traditional cuisine from the Kamo family and so on.

Shoya Lunch Box ¥1,600

(a bamboo leaf lunch box)

Reservations / Information

Please make the reservation at least 3 days in advance.

TEL:0537-26-1211(Calls from 9:00 to 17:00)

Opening Hour & Admission



Late April

to June

Late October


Early December


(Age 12~)





(Age 7-11)





(~Age 6)





(Age 65~)




Show identification

Visitor with ​disabilities




Show a Disability ​Certificate

Operation hours

・Late April to end of June

 8:00 – 17:00 (last admission 16:30)

7 days a week

・July to end of August

 9:00 – 17:00 (last admission 16:30)

Closed on Thursdays

・September to Late April

 10:00 – 16:00 (last admission 15:30)

Closed on Thursdays

Parking Space

Free of charge. * Parking is in open-air.

Space for 200 Passenger cars; 6 buses


By Car

5 minutes (3km) from Tomei Expressway – Exit Mori Kakegawa IC

By Train

15 – 20 min. walk from Harada Station of Tenryu Hamanako ​Railload, (change train line at JR Kakegawa Station) >>Tenryu ​Hamanako Railroad

・20 min. by taxi from JR Kakegawa Station TEL:0537-22-3231​(Kakegawa Taxi)or from Fukuroi TEL:0538-42-2131 (Fukuroi ​Taxi) / TEL:0538-42-2251 (Fukuroi Kotsu Taxi)


436-0105 110 Harasato, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture

Phone: 0537-26-1211

Email: kakegawa@kamoltd.co.jp