Suizenji Garden is a spacious, Japanese style landscape garden in Kumamoto, best enjoyed by strolling along a circular path. The garden reproduces the 53 post stations of the Tokaido, the important road, that connected Edo with Kyoto during the Edo Period, in miniature form.
A must-see Japanese garden expressing the beauty of nature. Visitors are treated to the delicate depiction of a natural landscape through rocks and trees on the white sand for islands and trimmed azalea trees for swelling waves.
One of the most beautiful gardens in Tokyo, the Rikugien offers a quiet resting and strolling place in the hectic Tokyo life. Rikugien is a delicate and gentle Japanese garden that reflects the depth of Yoshiyasu’s literary knowledge. The garden is a strolling garden of the Edo period.
Conveying the harmonized beauty of Japanese paintings and Japanese Gardens is the aim and wish of the Adachi Museum of Art, which is best known for having one of the greatest collections of modern and contemporary Japanese arts.
Kenrokuen is one of Japan’s three most famous gardens, along with Mito Kairakuen and Okayama Korakuen. The garden is popular with residents and tourists from all over the world as a garden where you can enjoy the beauty of each season.
The famous garden created by ink painter Sesshu (1420-1506), it is considered one of the oldest dry landscape gardens in Kyoto. The style is Zen-style Karesansui.
The villa and gardens are nationally recognized as an Important Cultural Property of Japan. Built between the beginning and middle of the 17th century, it is said to be the most famous Japanese garden.
Ryoanji Temple is the site of Japan’s most famous rock garden.
Starting with the spacious garden and majestic architecture, we will introduce the precincts of Sanzen-in Temple where you will be healed.
Taizo-in is a “Real Japanese Garden”. With its beautiful gardens and treasures of Japanese art, Taizo-in is the oldest and most famous sub-temples of the Myoshin-ji complex. It was founded in 1404 and the gardens are said to have been designed by the painter Kano Motonobu in the Muromachi period.
Its official name is Rokuonji, the garden and architecture centered on the Kinkaku are said to represent the Pure Land of Bliss to the world, and it is a stage that has contributed to the development of culture by inviting Emperor Gokomatsu. The culture of this period is called the Kitayama culture.
Koinzan is also called “moss temple” because the precincts are covered with more than 120 kinds of moss. Many Zen temples in Japan were founded in the Kamakura period when Zen Buddhism was introduced and flourished. It has a long history of over 1,200 years.