Uraku-en Japanese Garden

Sightseeing information about Uraku-en Japanese Garden in Japan.

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The Uraku-en Japanese Garden has one of the three national treasure teahouses, Joan, and the former Shoden-in Shoin which is an important cultural asset. "Joan" was established in 1618 by Oda Yurakusai, a disciple of the great tea master Sen-no Rikyu. The architecture was built together with the "Shoden-in Shoin", as part of a temple in Kyoto. There are other teahouses in the garden including the Gen-an and Ko-an.

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