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Fujita Memorial Japanese Garden in Hirosaki was built in 1919 - a classic traditional Japanese landscape strolling garden. The spacious garden is separated into two parts: an upper section and a lower section. It is named after its first owner, local businessman Fujita Kenichi. The garden composition includes a traditional Japanese house in the upper section and a tea ceremony house in the lower section. Both buildings placed to give views onto the surrounding landscape. There is also a tearoom from the Taisho era within the garden.
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Fujita Memorial Japanese Garden in Hirosaki was built in 1919 -  a classic traditional Japanese landscape strolling garden.  The spacious garden is separated into two parts: an upper section and a lower section. It is named after its first owner, local businessman Fujita Kenichi.  The garden composition includes a traditional Japanese house in the upper section and a tea ceremony house in the lower section.  Both buildings placed to give views onto the surrounding landscape. There is also a tearoom from the Taisho era within the garden.