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Shukkeien

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Mitsuki & Yukako
Mitsuki & Yukako
January 22, 2020
There is the Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum on Shukkeien.
Hiroshi
Hiroshi
April 19, 2018
A large and beautiful Japanese garden! It attracts the people from all over the countries. You may enjoy Japanese culture and atmosphere!
Ken
Ken
September 12, 2017
SHUKKEIEN was constructed at the order of Asano nagaakira, daimyo(feudal lard) of Hiroshima, as the garden for the lord’s nilla. It was built by Ueda Soko, a famous master of the rea ceremony. The pond at the center of the garden contains more than 10 islets, both large and small. Mountains,…
Mieko
Mieko
April 14, 2017
Shukkei en Japanese Traditional Garden So beautiful!
Michinari
Michinari
March 31, 2017
Lovely any time of year. The garden is even home to a ginko tree that survived the atomic bomb blast. It's conveniently located, cheap to enter (about 500Y), and it's right next to the prefectural art museum. Don't forget to buy fish food for the begging carp in the pond!

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Ubicación
2, Hiroshima-ken 730-0014
Teléfono+81 82-221-3620
Sitio webshukkeien.jp
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