Tokugawa-en Japanese Garden4.0
The history of Tokugawa-en can be traced to 1695, when the then Lord of Owari, Mitsunari Tokugawa decided to move his palace here. It used to have 44ha of total area and there were 16 boats floating in the pond.
In 1931, the garden was donated to the Nagoya City. After the damage during the Second World War, Nagoya City rebuilt Japanese garden.
Tokugawa-en has an Edo-period design, which features a path around a center pond. It mimics typical image of Japanese nature. There are many kinds of flowers and trees planted in the garden, so you can enjoy changing colors of flowers and leaves throughout a year.
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