Kyu Furukawa Garden was originally the grounds for the residence of a famous Meiji Period notable, Mutsu Munemitsu. Ogawa Jihei, a designer of Japanese gardens from Kyoto, created the garden renowned for its beauty that matched the level of the Western style residence. The Furukawa garden is regarded as a typical example of the gardens of the Taisho Period.
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