Like Japanese gardens, it is a large garden, divided into two sides: "outer" and "inner". The gardens and associated tea ceremony huts were welcomed by Master Urasenke, and wealthy merchants provided entertainment for contemporary artists. I found it to be quite ordinary and definitely not worth the exorbitant fee (Y900). When entering certain temples/palace gardens, I never feel as noble as I am. The "exhibition" is disappointing-it shows some medieval Chinese bronze mirrors and scrolls.
A park with very Chinese elements, it feels very much like our ancient Tang Dynasty, antique, especially the pool inside is very beautiful, there are many small wooden bridges. Recommended,
In addition to Korakuen Garden, Okayama City has another garden, d6. ,!''