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Ihoan Hut at Kodaiji Temple Garden; At Kodai-ji temple there are several formal gardens designed by Kobori Enshu, who was an architect and master Zen gardener, as well as a master of calligraphy, poetry, and tea ceremony. The Ihoan tea hut or "Cottage of Lingering Fragrance" is one more element of Kobori Enshu's garden design, considering his interest in tea ceremony as well as gardening.
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Ihoan Hut at Kodaiji Temple Garden; At Kodai-ji temple there are several formal gardens designed by Kobori Enshu, who was an architect and master Zen gardener, as well as a master of calligraphy, poetry, and tea ceremony. The Ihoan tea hut or "Cottage of Lingering Fragrance" is one more element of Kobori Enshu's garden design, considering his interest in tea ceremony as well as gardening.