2009. október 2., péntek

A small garden near Meguro

Summer is over, I am scrapping together the remains... There is a fine little museum* where we went with Judit still in August; it is near Meguro and Shirokanedai stations; beautiful pottery and scrolls, not over-crowded, highly recommended! But my point this time is its superb garden, with tea-ceremony pavilions, lush vegetation and nice details. What is amazing, is that the garden is not really old (they say to create a decent Japanese garden you need a few hundred years...), was made in the seventies. Will be even nicer in the autumn, I guess....

* it is called Hatakeyama Memorial Museum, see more here.

The fence from the outside:


The largest tea-pavillion

Stone lantern

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