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Katsurazaka Entrance to Kenrokuen Garden 桂坂口
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Kasumigaike Pond and the famous Kotoji-toro stone lantern 霞ヶ池 徽軫灯籠
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Famous Kotoji-toro stone lantern 徽軫灯籠
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Kenrokuen Garden, Ishikawa Pref., Karasaki Pine Tree whose seedlings originally came from the Karasaki Pine Tree in Shiga Pref.
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Karasaki Pine Tree in Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa, Ishikawa Pref.
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Ropes are strung over the tree to protect it against the weight of snow.
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Karasaki Pine Tree in Kenrokuen Garden 唐崎松
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The Karasaki Pine Tree is the garden's largest pine tree.
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Karasaki Pine Tree in Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa, Ishikawa Pref.
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Horai island 蓬莱島
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Statue of Prince Yamato Takeru 日本武尊像(明治紀念之標)Memorial built in 1880 dedicated to the fallen warriors of Ishikawa Prefecture who fought in the Satsuma Rebellion.
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Statue of Prince Yamato Takeru 日本武尊像
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Neagari-no-matsu Pine tree with rising roots. 根上松
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Neagari-no-matsu Pine tree with rising roots. 根上松
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Winter cherry blossoms.
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Gardeners
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Tiny pink flowers
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Kasumigaike Pond
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Karasaki Pine Tree
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Natural fountain and source of Kasumigaike Pond's water.
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Yugao-tei Tea house 夕顔亭
 
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