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Depicting Heaven and Hell at Yoko-en Garden at Taizo-in Temple displays both elegance and austerity - the basis for traditional garden landscapes, and can be called one of the Showa period's most exquisite gardens. Nakane Kinsaku designed this expansive garden. Difficult to see at a glance, great pains have gone into the details. An example of this is the spacious impression one gets when the garden is viewed from the front.
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Depicting Heaven and Hell at Yoko-en Garden at Taizo-in Temple displays both elegance and austerity - the basis for traditional garden landscapes, and can be called one of the Showa period's most exquisite gardens. Nakane Kinsaku designed this expansive garden.  Difficult to see at a glance, great pains have gone into the details. An example of this is the spacious impression one gets when the garden is viewed from the front.