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Kitagawa Village "Monet's Garden" Marmottan

Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France, is well known as a place that fascinated impressionist artist Claude Monet. He spent half of his entire life in the garden as well as in his residence, which has an atelier, and devoted his time to yard work in the garden besides his creative activities. Monet’s Garden has been replicated in the nature-rich village of Kitagawa, Kochi Prefecture, as “Monet’s Garden Marmottan, Kitagawa Village.” It is the world’s only facility that is allowed to use the name “Monet’s Garden.”
Approximately 70,000 plants are grown on the premises of about 30,000 square meters and you can enjoy a beautiful landscape that changes from season to season. Blue water lilies that are particularly popular are in full bloom in the garden from around late June to early November.

INFORMATION

Address :
1100 Notomoko, Kitagawa Village, Aki County, Kochi Prefecture
Contact :
Kitagawa Village "Monet’s Garden" Marmottan
TEL: +81-887-32-1233
E-mail: info@kjmonet.jp
Business hours :
10:00-17:00
(9:00-16:00 in July & August)
Access :
●About a 10-minute drive or Kitagawa Municipal Bus ride from Nahari Station on Tosa Kuroshio Railway’s Gomen-Nahari Line
●About a 70-minute drive from Nankoku Interchange on Kochi Expressway
Price :
●700 yen per person for adults
●630 yen per person for a group of 10 or more adults
●300 yen per person for elementary/secondary school students
●270 yen per person for a group of 10 or more elementary/secondary school students




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  • Kochi Station
  • Kochi ryoma Airport
Things-to-Do
  • Nature
  • Tourist Attractions
  • History
  • Museum
  • Activity
  • Food Culture
  • Events
Traveler’s Kit
  • WiFi
  • Tax-free shop
  • ATM
  • Currency Exchange
  • Tourist information offices
Disaster Prevention Information
  • Temporary refuge place
  • Temporary shelter places of refuge
  • Tsunami evacuation Building, Tower
  • Tsunami evacuation location (hill)
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