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According to an old picture inherited by Kofukuji Temple, its branch temple "Manishuin" used to sit at the place of the present Yoshikien Garden. When Japan entered the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912), it became a privately owned site. After the construction of the present buildings and garden in 1919, ownership was transferred to Nara Prefecture. The grounds include the Pond Garden, the Moss Garden and the Tea Ceremony Flower Garden.

According to an old picture inherited by Kofukuji Temple, its branch temple "Manishuin" used to sit at the place of the present Yoshikien Garden. When Japan entered the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912), it became a privately owned site. After the construction of the present buildings and garden in 1919, ownership was transferred to Nara Prefecture. The grounds include the Pond Garden, the Moss Garden and the Tea Ceremony Flower Garden.

According to an old picture inherited by Kofukuji Temple, its branch temple "Manishuin" used to sit at the place of the present Yoshikien Garden. When Japan entered the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912), it became a privately owned site. After the construction of the present buildings and garden in 1919, ownership was transferred to Nara Prefecture. The grounds include the Pond Garden, the Moss Garden and the Tea Ceremony Flower Garden.

According to an old picture inherited by Kofukuji Temple, its branch temple "Manishuin" used to sit at the place of the present Yoshikien Garden. When Japan entered the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912), it became a privately owned site. After the construction of the present buildings and garden in 1919, ownership was transferred to Nara Prefecture. The grounds include the Pond Garden, the Moss Garden and the Tea Ceremony Flower Garden.

According to an old picture inherited by Kofukuji Temple, its branch temple "Manishuin" used to sit at the place of the present Yoshikien Garden. When Japan entered the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912), it became a privately owned site. After the construction of the present buildings and garden in 1919, ownership was transferred to Nara Prefecture. The grounds include the Pond Garden, the Moss Garden and the Tea Ceremony Flower Garden.

According to an old picture inherited by Kofukuji Temple, its branch temple "Manishuin" used to sit at the place of the present Yoshikien Garden. When Japan entered the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912), it became a privately owned site. After the construction of the present buildings and garden in 1919, ownership was transferred to Nara Prefecture. The grounds include the Pond Garden, the Moss Garden and the Tea Ceremony Flower Garden.

Ryoan-ji (The Temple of the Dragon at Peace) is a Zen temple located in northwest Kyoto, Japan. In 1450, Hosokawa Katsumoto, another powerful warlord, acquired the land where the temple stood. He built his residence there, and founded a Zen temple, Ryoan-ji. During the Onin War between the clans, the temple was destroyed. Hosokawa Katsumoto died in 1473. In 1488, his son, Hosokawa Matsumoto, rebuilt the temple.

Ryoan-ji (The Temple of the Dragon at Peace) is a Zen temple located in northwest Kyoto, Japan. In 1450, Hosokawa Katsumoto, another powerful warlord, acquired the land where the temple stood. He built his residence there, and founded a Zen temple, Ryoan-ji. During the Onin War between the clans, the temple was destroyed. Hosokawa Katsumoto died in 1473. In 1488, his son, Hosokawa Matsumoto, rebuilt the temple.

According to an old picture inherited by Kofukuji Temple, its branch temple "Manishuin" used to sit at the place of the present Yoshikien Garden. When Japan entered the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912), it became a privately owned site. After the construction of the present buildings and garden in 1919, ownership was transferred to Nara Prefecture. The grounds include the Pond Garden, the Moss Garden and the Tea Ceremony Flower Garden.

According to an old picture inherited by Kofukuji Temple, its branch temple "Manishuin" used to sit at the place of the present Yoshikien Garden. When Japan entered the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912), it became a privately owned site. After the construction of the present buildings and garden in 1919, ownership was transferred to Nara Prefecture. The grounds include the Pond Garden, the Moss Garden and the Tea Ceremony Flower Garden.

Myoren-ji has a rock and moss garden. The best time to see the garden is clearly in early June when the rhododendrons bloom with pink colours. Myoren-ji also has a smaller inner garden with nice flowers and a low-profile water basin (蹲 - tsukubai) and a lantern. The garden is surrounded by temple buildings on the three other sides. One side has a granary (classic white two-floor construction), opposite to which is the main hall.

Myoren-ji has a rock and moss garden. The best time to see the garden is clearly in early June when the rhododendrons bloom with pink colours. Myoren-ji also has a smaller inner garden with nice flowers and a low-profile water basin (蹲 - tsukubai) and a lantern. The garden is surrounded by temple buildings on the three other sides. One side has a granary (classic white two-floor construction), opposite to which is the main hall.

Hoshi Ryokan is considered the oldest hotel in the world. Located in the Awazu Onsen area of Komatsu.

Hoshi Ryokan is considered the oldest hotel in the world. Located in the Awazu Onsen area of Komatsu.

A modern Japanese Zen garden with a square meditation seat set in the centre at the Gion-ji Temple, Mito, Japan. Design by Japanese landscape gardener Shunmyo Masuno.

A modern Japanese Zen garden with a square meditation seat set in the centre at the Gion-ji Temple, Mito, Japan. Design by Japanese landscape gardener Shunmyo Masuno.

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