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Koishikawa Korakuen In Spring

After the cherry blossoms have fallen

Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens was developed around 1629 during the Edo period. The development of this Japanese style garden was actually inspired by the concepts of Shushunsui, a Chinese Confucian scholar. In the design of the gardens certain elements such as the full moon bridge are directly influenced by the Chinese style of gardening. This garden is a unique blend of both Japanese and Chinese culture. It is also one of the oldest gardens on Tokyo.

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