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The Japanese Tea Garden at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco • photo: Brenda Addington on The Graceful Gardener

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According to an old picture inherited by Kofukuji Temple, its branch temple "Manishuin" used to sit at the place of the present Yoshikien Garden. When Japan entered the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912), it became a privately owned site. After the construction of the present buildings and garden in 1919, ownership was transferred to Nara Prefecture. The grounds include the Pond Garden, the Moss Garden and the Tea Ceremony Flower Garden.

According to an old picture inherited by Kofukuji Temple, its branch temple "Manishuin" used to sit at the place of the present Yoshikien Garden. When Japan entered the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912), it became a privately owned site. After the construction of the present buildings and garden in 1919, ownership was transferred to Nara Prefecture. The grounds include the Pond Garden, the Moss Garden and the Tea Ceremony Flower Garden.

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