Ritsurin Garden

Ritsurin Garden is Japan's largest cultural property garden and an important cultural property that has been maintained for nearly 400 years.
Created for Daimyo, feudal lords in the Edo period, the garden has 6 ponds and 13 built-up hills with the greenery of Mt. Shiun in the background, along with magnificent masonry and a wide variety of plants.
The seasonal flowers and a thousand well-tended pine trees create a gorgeous scenery for each of the four seasons.
The garden is designed for a leisurely stroll, and with each step you take, a new view opens up.

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