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Gokuraku-jodo Garden at Shitennoji Honbo was designed according to Paradise of the Amida Buddha. The Gokuraku-jodo Garden, laid out in the early Edo Period, is based on an idea of the Paradise of Amida with pleasant ponds and rock waterfalls, cherry trees, irises and stone lanterns. The Kame-no-ike Pond in the main complex is famous for its many turtles laying in the sun.
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Gokuraku-jodo Garden at Shitennoji Honbo was designed according to Paradise of the Amida Buddha.   The Gokuraku-jodo Garden, laid out in the early Edo Period, is based on an idea of the Paradise of Amida with pleasant ponds and rock waterfalls, cherry trees, irises and stone lanterns. The Kame-no-ike Pond in the main complex is famous for its many turtles laying in the sun.