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A wealthy landowner, Genji Tanaka donated the space for Edogawa Gyosen Garden to the city of Tokyo City, Edogawa ward in 1950. They created Gyosen Park as we see it today. Its Heisei Garden was created in 1989, with a pond side tea house Genshinan which can be rented out for tea ceremony and special occasions. A stone pathway encircles the pond in the Heisei Garden, passing among craggy rocks that one has to climb over. In flatter terrain, behind Genshinan Teahouse, there is a fine large dry karesansui garden, rarely visited by park goers.
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A wealthy landowner, Genji Tanaka donated the space for Edogawa Gyosen Garden to the city of Tokyo City, Edogawa ward in 1950.  They created Gyosen Park as we see it today. Its Heisei Garden was created in 1989, with a pond side tea house Genshinan which can be rented out for tea ceremony and special occasions. A stone pathway encircles the pond in the Heisei Garden, passing among craggy rocks that one has to climb over.  In flatter terrain, behind Genshinan Teahouse, there is a fine large dry karesansui garden, rarely visited by park goers.