The view of the park depicting Edo period road is unique and extraordinary.
#suizenji Park is a japanese landscape garden in #kumamoto built by the Hosokawa family in the 17th century #japan.
The garden reproduces the 53 post stations of the Tokaido, the important road, which connected Edo with Kyoto during the Edo Period, in miniature form, including a small Mt. Fuji.
#kokin-Denju-no-Ma #teahouse located inside Suizenji park was brought from Kyoto in 1912 and is now a place were visitors can enjoy traditionally-prepared Japanese tea #kumamoto #japan
Shuiqian Temple Chengqu Garden, a garden built by Kumamoto's main Hosokawa Chung-li for three generations, has been designated as a national historical site.
It is centered on the Aso Mountain submerged flow pool and has a fake mountain that mimics Mount Fuji. The big scene is small, atmospheric and pocket-sized, majestic and elegant.
The thatched cottage The Ancient and Modern Teaching Room, which was built from the Kyoto Imperial Palace, is the best view of the garden.
You can order matcha here, sit on the tatami, and enjoy the splendid mountains and rivers.
Shuiqian Temple into a fun garden, with a very exquisite landscape garden, like a potted exquisite.
This is my inadvertent arrival (departure), the name of the garden comes from Tao Yuanming, "Going to the Donkey": Garden Day is involved in interest ~
The Suiqian Temple in Kumamoto, Japan was built in 1636. It was originally the tea house of Hiroshi Hosokawa, the first generation of Hiroshi Hosokawa, and was known as the "Shuizenji Tea House". The present garden was built in 1671, in Zhonglizhi. The period of Sun Xichuan Gangli was completed and it was named Shuiqian Temple Chengqu Garden. The small garden is like a huge bonsai. The design of the garden is taken from the ukiyo-e painting of "Golden World, fifty-three times in Tokaido". It is from the Edo to Kyoto, and the beauty of 53 places on the way is also One by one is concentrated here. As a returning garden, you can feel the change of the footsteps and the scenery, so it is also known as one of the top ten manors in the world.
The predecessor of Shuiqian Temple Park was built in 1632. It was created by Hosokawa Hoso, and was originally set up as a private garden. After maintenance and planning expansion, it is today's scale. The Suizenji Temple was built in a miniature version that mimics the fifty-three-story style of Tokaido, Japan. It has a landscaping of a typical Taoyuan-style garden in Japan, and it is particularly attractive to look at the mountain view of Mount Fuji in Japan. Wandering in the temple, you can see the lush trees and flowers. The exquisite artificial landscapes make the Shuiqian Temple tidy and beautiful, and the black-based water god shrine is extraordinarily elegant.