The Japanese really like pine trees, and you need to buy tickets for this park. But it's not expensive at seven or eight yuan. There are pine trees in various shapes. It was really amazing, they were able to dent the pine trees in different shapes.
Matsukaze Garden is located in the water purification area of a high-class residential area on the south side of Tenjin, a bustling street in Fukuoka. It carries out various activities focusing on tea ceremony and is known as a park for enjoying the beautiful gardens, flowers and autumn leaves. Matsukaze Garden was originally the former residence of Matsukaze So, the founder of Tamaiya, a famous department store in Fukuoka and a collector of Kyushu's high-end ceramics. Zenbaon likes to taste tea, so the famous tea house architect Kaichiro Foutuki built the tea rooms "Songfuan" and "Si'a". The tea room "Shofuan" loved by the Tanaka Maru family has maintained its original appearance. "Songfuan" is a tea room with a size of four and a half tatami mats. Half of the tatami mats are wooden floors. This design is called "Four-Block Beds". It meets with the famous medieval "tea saint" Sen Rikyu at Daitoku Temple in Kyoto The "seat of the bed" in the mausoleum of Koin is exactly the same, which shows that Shanbaweng has a passion for tea.
Towering old trees, a quiet place, suitable for self-cultivation.
Tickets are not expensive, not many people, very quiet and quiet, you can walk quietly
Matsukaze Garden, a very exquisite Japanese-style courtyard, and a tea room where you can drink tea, everything is retro! Enter the tea room and sit on the tatami to enjoy refreshments, soak in the afternoon sun, and drink tea to see the ancient courtyard design.