Yoko-en Zen Garden, Depecting Heaven and Hell - Yoko-en Garden at Taizo-in Temple displays both elegance and austerity - the basis for traditional garden landscapes, and can be called one of the Showa period's finest gardens. The landscape gardener Nakane Kinsaku designed this expansive garden. While difficult to see at a glance, great pains have gone into the details. An example of this is the spacious impression one gets when the garden is viewed from the front.
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