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This is the best garden I had seen on my recent trip to Japan. I was not into gardens, until this one.
It is small, but picturesque and tranquil. I like it much better than many other overestimated gardens such as Kenrokuen.
If you are...More
Its a small garden, but is manicured with trees, plants- all well placed. It is bordered by what I call a Forest-hill which emits a nice pine forestry scent. There is a private garden with a pond towards the end, to which you may enter...More
This garden was probably my favorite of the many gardens we visited in Japan. Something about the view looking from the teahouse over the pond to the trees and hills, there is not an unpleasant thing in sight. Everything seemed so balanced and lovely from...More
What a beautiful place! It is lovely to walk around and just sit and relax in this garden. You can see part of the magnificent Todagi temple in the distance. There are lots streams and wonderful sculpted plants, flowers and trees and a water wheel....More
For nature lovers and get the chance to see a real Japanese garden. Very pretty and close to it there another one, smaller, and free.
I went to the botanic garden too and well not worth a visit. The Isuien is much better.
From the outside the gardens look very unimpressive..as are the front part of the gardens once you enter. So much so that I felt ripped off when we entered the front garden. However, then you walk around to the back/main garden and are simply stunned...More
Peace will enter your heart when you enter this garden. A perfect example of a borrowed scenery garden the grassy hill behind the garden is echoed in tje smaller mound inside the garden. I was just there,cherry blossoms time,but don't go for the blossoms here,go...More
First we visited the neighboring garden, which was wonderful (and free!). Then we came to Isuien Garden, which costs 600 yen. We debated... and entered, and didn't regret it one bit. 'Twas a lovely garden, built to take advantage of the surrounding hillside, while at...More
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I was there in April. I think it can be a nice place to propose. It is quite romantic. The garden is quite big and has different views. Go there beforehand and choose the right place. Wish you good luck with your... More
I was there in April. I think it can be a nice place to propose. It is quite romantic. The garden is quite big and has different views. Go there beforehand and choose the right place. Wish you good luck with your proposal.