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Note how the scenery changes as you walk around the pond.

Oyakuen literally means “medicinal herb garden”. I understand that the garden was part of a villa... read more

Reviewed 30 December 2017
tomizuta1953
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Funabashi, Japan
BEAUTIFUL SMALL TRANQUIL GARDEN WITH HERB GARDEN

Oyakuen is a small garden well worth visiting. It was originally designed in 1696 but fell into... read more

Reviewed 27 November 2016
austranomads
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Australia
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Dec 29, 2017
“Note how the scenery changes as you walk around the pond.”
Nov 26, 2016
“BEAUTIFUL SMALL TRANQUIL GARDEN WITH HERB GARDEN”
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Reviewed 30 December 2017

Oyakuen literally means “medicinal herb garden”. I understand that the garden was part of a villa of the Ashina family that ruled Aizu until the late sixteenth century. Upon the fall of the Ashina family, rule of Aizu moved to the Gamou family the first...More

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Reviewed 27 November 2016

Oyakuen is a small garden well worth visiting. It was originally designed in 1696 but fell into ruin during the Boshin War of 1868 and was subsequently restored, becoming a Nationally Renown Garden in 1932. We went there about 9.00am and pretty much had it...More

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Reviewed 1 August 2016

The garden has many different herb plants, a pond with koi and a number of ducks also take up residence there; and a tea house. It is a relaxing stroll through the gardens and around the pond. A camera and walking shoes would be recommended;...More

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