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The Japanese garden I started to make than 1963. In area of about 73,000 square meters and it is a compact in which it is said that Japan's largest garden, rich in spring water from Mt. Aso, and has created a world of different dimension to the...more
All reviews mt fuji tea house tall buildings large pond tram stop sit down koi fish green tea short walk late afternoon sakura season leisurely stroll could spend hours worth a visit about half an hour entrance fee beautiful landscape
Beautiful landscape garden about half an hour by the streetcar (Red A-line) from Kumamoto JR Station. Although I am not much of an expert on Japanese gardens this one offered some special features including a well-kept mini Mt. Fuji and Shinto Shrine. The garden is...More
A nice stroll in the well-maintained garden. The plants are perfectly manicured and the weather was perfect in March. As it was Sakura season, we saw many Japanese families having picnic in the park under the trees. Also spotted quite a number of people in...More
We made an impulse decision to go into the garden and it was definitely worth it. It's absolutely stunning. There's so much to see, we spent much longer than expected walking around.
There are places to sit and take in the views, and there's a...More
If you are in Kumamoto or a neighbor prefecture, you must go to this beautiful garden. I was there when it was raining and cold whether, however it was good because there are not many tourists and I could enjoy better. Go to the tea...More
Spent a relaxing hour at Suizenji-koen. Really small so don’t expect too much. It is well maintained with an abundance of well fed koi fish of various colors. Several shops for shopping and refreshments are there as well. Nice place for a leisurely stroll. Was...More
May want to beg to differ when it is mentioned as one of the top three Japanese gardens, because it is pretty small. Otherwise, the park is well maintained and beautiful, with people having picnics under the sakura trees. Honestly, i won't travel all the...More