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Seizan-so is a modern garden with a traditional teahouse Anjo-an. Seizan-so was the hermitage of Tokugawa Mitsukuni, who spent a decade here writing an historical scholarly work on Japanese history, Dai Nippon. Seizan-so is run by the Suifu-Meitokukai Foundation who operate the Tokugawa Museum in Mito City. Tokugawa’s hermitage is known as Nishiyama Goten which was designated as a historic site in Ibaraki prefecture in 1972.
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Seizan-so is a modern garden with a traditional teahouse Anjo-an. Seizan-so was the hermitage of Tokugawa Mitsukuni, who spent a decade here writing an historical scholarly work on Japanese history, Dai Nippon. Seizan-so is run by the Suifu-Meitokukai Foundation who operate the Tokugawa Museum in Mito City.  Tokugawa’s hermitage is known as Nishiyama Goten which was designated as a historic site in Ibaraki prefecture in 1972.