Updated: 2016-07-04 10:49
  The Imperial Palace Garden is made up of outer parts of the Imperial Garden including the area in front of the palace and the moat surrounding it. Aside from the widespread garden, cherry bl...
Updated: 2016-06-30 14:57
Also known as “Hama no Chaya” (teahouse by the sea), Shohinken is a tea house built by Matsui Naoyuki in 1688 for his mother, Suho Inni. Its current name is derived from the fact that the garden faces...
Updated: 2016-06-28 14:23
  Sankeien Garden is a traditional Japanese garden located in Yokohama City. It has an area of around 18,000 square meters. The 17 structures found inside the premises are all designated impor...
Updated: 2016-01-29 22:02
  1. Kokura Castle Garden
  Kokura Castle Garden is a Japanese-style garden located in Kokura Castle in Kitakyushu which consists of several zones: the Garden Zone, Shoin Zone, Experience Zone and Exhibition...
Updated: 2016-01-18 14:51
  1. Koinoki Shrine
  Mizuta Tenmangu and Koinoki Shrine together are one of Kyushu’s big Tenmangu Shrines. It’s a shrine that has a history of having Sugawara no Michizane as its enshrined deity.   Ko...
Updated: 2015-12-26 17:13
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  Yusentei Park is a Japanese-style garden located not far from the Fukuoka center and Yakuin area. You can easily go there by bus from the Hakata Bus Terminal. At the park, you can see m...
Updated: 2015-12-23 18:19
The Chiran Samurai Residence Complex has seven gardens which were built during the Edo period and has been designated as a national scenic spots. With the mountains of Hahagatake serving as...
Updated: 2015-12-23 18:18
  The Sengan-en is a garden featuring the former residence of the feudal lords of Satsuma, the Shimazu Clan. The garden has a lot of rare stones and was named “Sengan” due to its similarity to...
Updated: 2015-12-23 17:59
Rakusui-en is a Japanese garden near Hakata Station.   Built by Hakata merchants as a villa in 1906, it was used as a ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) called "Rakusui-shou" after the war a...

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