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Only 300 yen to enter, this garden is really beautIful and has a lot to offer. The land is well taken care off, and it is just beautiful.
It also has a tea house, were you can stop and order some green tea and a...More
We spent part of an afternoon visiting this lovely garden and had the fortune to tour it with an off-duty employee. It is beautiful, quiet, and peaceful. We fed the koi in the lake (great fun for our two teen companions) and also got to...More
After touring the Nagoya Castle site, which is fairly large with a park that has some interesting historic ruins, head back to Shiyakusho station and take the purple subway line (Meijo Line) all the way down to Jingu Nishi station. It’s about an 8-10 minute...More
Beautiful and Japanese styled, complete with tea house and waterfalls... Gorgeous!
It's a great place to come to your senses when the weather's good. The main theme is 'Water', and it's filled with numerous waterfalls, streams and ponds to prove it. The main pond is...More
They decorate it with Christmas decoration as Xmas is coming, i didn't go into the museum as I running out of time. But the garden outside of it was beautiful and clean, It makes me feel so relax to just sit down and enjoy the...More
A traditional Japanese style garden. Entrance fee ¥300. A compact garden with tea ceremony rooms over looking the lake. The garden is designed with lakes and streams, waterfalls and a small mount representing Mt.Ontake.
At week end the tea ceremony house may not be opened...More
These gardens are a welcome and relaxing break from the city with plenty of seating. Take a stroll around the many lakes and enjoy the peace and tranquility. There is a small entrance fee but it is worth paying. Take a snack and drink with...More
As a public facility, this traditional Japanese garden offers something for everyone. During this Christmas season there are paper handicraft illumations and we attended a heart-warming jenbe concert by an African drummer talking about the significance of Christmas. I am looking forward to the nest...More
The Shirotori Garden is a lovely garden/oasis in the city. Walking around inside it's sometimes hard to believe it is in the city. There's a koi pond in the middle and a number of meandering paths that go around it. In the middle of the...More