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Daijo-in garden was designed by Zenami in the Muromachi Period and fell into ruin with the demise of the temple of the same name. In 1958 the site was designated as a National Scenic Place then the Japan National Trust restored the garden to its original brilliance. The former Daijo-in temple prospered as a temple whose chief priest was a member of the imperial family but now only the garden remains.
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Daijo-in garden was designed by Zenami in the Muromachi Period and fell into ruin with the demise of the temple of the same name. In 1958 the site was designated as a National Scenic Place then the Japan National Trust restored the garden to its original brilliance.  The former Daijo-in temple prospered as a temple whose chief priest was a member of the imperial family but now only the garden remains.