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Rakuzan-en is a Hantei garden built by the Oda clan in the early Edo period. Its borrowed landscape is positioned as a transition period by “migrating" from the "Samurai garden" to “Daimyo garden” portions of the venue. The garden incorporates features from Kyoto Katsura Imperial Villa. uses mountains of Rensekizan as Kumakurasan or Kumakurayama as a scenic backdrop. The name of Rakuzan-en comes from the story of the Analects of "Chishahasuioraku Jinshahayamaoraku” which means “the beginning of peace”. This daimyo feudal lord garden was made by Oda Nobukatsu Rakusan-en opened in 2012 after a restoration project that took 10 years to complete.
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Rakuzan-en is a Hantei garden built by the Oda clan in the early Edo period. Its borrowed landscape is positioned as a transition period by “migrating" from the "Samurai garden" to “Daimyo garden” portions of the venue.  The garden incorporates features from Kyoto Katsura Imperial Villa. uses mountains of Rensekizan as Kumakurasan or Kumakurayama as a scenic backdrop.  The name of Rakuzan-en comes from the story of the Analects of "Chishahasuioraku Jinshahayamaoraku” which means “the beginning of peace”.   This daimyo feudal lord garden was made by Oda Nobukatsu  Rakusan-en opened in 2012 after a restoration project that took 10 years to complete.