Yoko-en Garden contains the elegance within austerity that was the basis for traditional garden landscapes, and can be called one of the Showa period's finest gardens. .While difficult to see at a glance, great pains have gone into the details. One example of this is the deep and spacious impression given by the garden within a relatively small space. Landscape gardener Nakane Kinsaku designed this expansive garden; construction began in 1963 and took three years to complete.
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