Korea Pavilion and Garden at Mitsuike Garden - the garden’s style was based on the gardens of provincial royalty in Korea during the Joseon dynasty. Under the supervision of Min Kyung-hyun the architecture was planned by the Institute of Seoul Architecture and Culture. The garden is made up of five areas: front garden, front courtyard, main garden, back courtyard and the back garden representing the relationship with nature based on Feng Sui. Using an original garden techniques. For most visitors, the greatest draw to Misuiike Park is the fact that it is listed as top 100 sakura cherry blossom viewing spots in Japan with 78 varieties of sakura, and altogether1600 trees.