Tonogayato Garden Waterfall - a landscape type garden in Kokubunji, Tokyo that was built for the vice-president of Manchurian Railway. In 1929 the estate was bought by the founder of Mitsubishi and is now owned by Tokyo Metropolitan Parks who maintain it. There is a teahouse called Koyyoutei on the garden's grounds that can be rented for tea ceremony. Most visitors enjoy the strolling garden around the pond, admiring the koi pond and the tiny island in the center of the pond, and the spacious surrounding grounds.
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