Osaki Garden 尾崎氏庭園

2014.03.10 (Mon)


Osaki Garden is designated a National Site of Scenic Beauty by the Japanese government, and can be found in Uno village. It was owned by the Osaki family in the Edo period. The garden is a combination of Chisen (pond-style) garden and Shoin (traditional Japanese architecture) style teahouse garden, and has a number of features designed to intrigue, beginning with a Buddhist pine. One of the garden’s charms is a panoramic backdrop of a low mountain range. It is, however, not open to the public.



One comment

  1. Sounds pretty. Pity no-one can visit it.

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