Monet's Garden Marmottan in Kitagawa Village

北川村「モネの庭」マルモッタン(Kitagawamura Monenoniwa Marmottan)
Enter the world of Claud Monet
In a remote village in the Kochi countryside you will find a reimagined version of the beloved gardens in Giverny of the French painter Claude Monet that inspired the painter’s famous works.
Monet’s Garden Marmottan in Kitagawa Village is divided into 3 sections. In the Water Garden (Mizu no Niwa) the famous multi-colored waterlilies float upon the shimmering ponds; vibrant flowers that canvas the Flower Garden (Hana no Niwa) from the ground up to arches and trellises change through the seasons like a never ending painting; and the Garden of Bordighera brings ambience of the Mediterranean to Japan.
It is said that Monet’s garden is a living museum of plants could actually be his finest masterpiece. Made with his spirit and in collaboration with the Claude Monet Foundation, it is the only other garden in the world that is allowed to bare his name.
Stop by the cafe or bakery after the gardens and enjoy some fresh local produce, wander through the nursery and learn about the plants in the garden, or browse through the gallery store for exclusive Monet design merchandise.
Regions
East
Themes
Nature
Address 高知県安芸郡北川村野友甲1100 (1100, Notomoko, Kitagawa Village, Aki Gun, Kochi Prefecture, Japan)
Telephone Number 0887-32-1233
Emailinfo@kjmonet.jp
Open9:00-17:00
ClosedTuesdays (unless a public holiday)
*Open every day between April and June
*Can be closed for maintenance at times during winter(Dec 1 - Feb 28)
Price●Age 15 and over : 730 yen
●Between age 6 and 14 : 310 yen
●Age 5 and under : Free
●Group admission price (10 persons or more)
・Age 15 and over : 660 yen
・Between age 6 and 14 : 280 yen

*Price includes taxes
Directions●About 1 hr 10 min drive from Nankoku IC on Kochi Expressway
●Short walk from Monet's Garden bus stop (Kitagawa Sonei Bus)
Website Website
Map Code421 664 347*47