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SEIKANTEI

Seikantei was built in 1906 (Meiji 39) in Odawara-cho, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa Prefecture (currently Minami-cho, Odawara City) as a villa for Marquis Nagashige Kuroda, who was active during the Meiji period. It is located on a south-facing slope of the former Odawara Castle Sannomaru outer earthworks, and on clear days you can see the Manazuru Peninsula, Oshima Island, Sagami Bay, and Mt. Hakone from the main building. The building is built in the informal sukiya style, consisting of one-story and two-story houses. Inside the building, you can see excellent designs such as paneled sliding doors and wickerwork ceilings.

In 2005, Seikantei became a registered tangible cultural property of the country. In addition, it is currently open to the public as a facility of Odawara City since 2010.

There is also a cafe where you can enjoy coffee and matcha while looking out at the garden and Sagami Bay. Events such as special exhibitions and concerts are held irregularly depending on the season.

Detailed info

Business hours
  • 11:00-16:00 [Closed days] Every Tuesday, year-end and New Year holidays (there may be other temporary closures)
Access
神奈川県小田原市南町1-5-73
Parking
Credit Card
  • 不可
平均利用額
  • 入場無料

Nearby Places

  • Odawara Sannomaru Hall

    Odawara Sannomaru Hall

    Odawara city
  • Hakone Ekiden Museum

    Hakone Ekiden Museum

    Hakone Town
  • Hakone Geo Museum

    Hakone Geo Museum

    Hakone Town