About Numazu Imperial Villa Memorial Park
The Numazu Imperial Villa Memorial Park was rented free of charge to Numazu City after the Numazu Imperial Villa was abolished in 1969, and opened in 1975 as the "Numazu Imperial Villa Memorial Park".
The exterior, gardens, and rooms that retain the remnants of the retreat of the Imperial Family throughout the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa eras are not only of historical value, but also create an inspiring atmosphere.
Please come to Numazu Imperial Villa Memorial Park. We'll be expecting you.
Information for main facilities
This is a valuable example of court architecture nationwide, and it is a space where you can feel the smell of the life of the Imperial people at the time.
This is a valuable example of a royal court building nationwide, combining the official parts such as audience highlights and the living part such as the Imperial Palace, and is a significant building from the history of housing.
Wood is washed out of the original construction and only the damaged or damaged parts are replaced, and glass is hand-made by German artisans to restore it to its original construction.
Furniture and furniture used in those days are well preserved, making it easy to understand how the building is used and to feel the smell of life.
You can use the facilities of the Higashi Annex, a historic building from the Meiji era.
The East Annex has been renovated and maintained as a base for cultural and cultural activities as a place of exchange for everyone, taking over the history of the former academic institution.
This Higashi-affiliated residence is a training room for tea ceremony, flower arrangement, incense, courtesy, dressing, waka, haiku, etc. In addition to use, it can be used for weddings, photography, dinner parties, etc.
The excellent environment of a Japanese garden surrounded by black pine forests will invite visitors to the world of elegance.
Inside the store, there are a lot of tables using the pine in the garden, and the cafe seats on the terrace are popular for enjoying the view of the garden.
This is a cafe and light meal shop that has been remodeled from the "Syume" (stables) of the Imperial House period. Curry rice, hamburger lunch, kushi-dango, warabimochi, matcha, etc. are waiting for you. It is used by many people as a resting place when walking around the garden.
The menu of Cafe "syume"
In the cafe where the building that was used as a stable was renovated, there are heavy tables using pine in the park.
A cafe located under a pine tree is also popular for enjoying the garden scenery
Enjoy a delicious soba in a scenic wooden building surrounded by pine forests.
"Numazu Riverside Hotel" You can enjoy soba noodles with specially made kake soup and soup soup. Among them, “Duck Tsukune Tsukisoba” is the most popular.
It can also be used as a venue for meals and meetings for 5 or more people.
Soba restaurant menu
You can enjoy soba in a wooden building with a view surrounded by pine forests.
Please enjoy the seasonal soba noodles by the Japanese chef of Numazu Riverside Hotel.
We have fun events throughout the year.
Please come and visit us.
There is a rest plaza surrounded by Numazu fence on the east side of the entrance to the Nishi Attached House.
It is used as a plaza for various events, and fun events are held.
About designation of national scenic spots
We hope you enjoy the fusion of the wonderful natural scenery and history.
We look forward to your visit.
On October 3, 2016, part of the scenery of the Numazu Imperial Villa Memorial Park was designated as a national scenic spot as "Former Numazu Imperial Villa Garden".
The designation of this time is that the lawn of the former Imperial Palace and the pine forest are in harmony, the view of Suruga Bay can be obtained, and the view of Mt.Fuji can be seen over Matsubara. It is evaluated that it exists.
At nightfall, you may be able to see the "Daruma sunset" over the Suruga Bay.