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Monorail to Chiba Koen Station 千葉公園駅
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View of Chiba Park from monorail. 綿打池
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Chiba Park approach
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White weeping cherry blossoms
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White weeping cherry blossoms
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Pink weeping cherry blossoms
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Weeping cherry and Senzoku-Ike Pond. Near Senzoku-Ike Station on the Tokyu Ikegami Line from Gotanda.
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Kyu-Shiba-rikyu was first built in the 17th century and used as the residence of a number of nobles. Purchased from the Arisugawa family in 1875 by the Imperial Household Agency which made it the Shiba Detached Palace.
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Senzoku-Ike Pond has a walking path which goes almost completely around. Only 1.2 km.
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Bird's eye view of Kyu-Shiba Rikyu Gardens as seen from Hamamatsu World Trade Center
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Senzoku-Ike Pond and cherry blossoms.
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The buildings were destroyed in the Kanto Earthquake in 1923 and the property was donated to Tokyo in 1924 to commemorate the start of Emperor Showa's reign.
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Map of pond
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Bridge
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White and pink weeping cherry blossoms
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Pine trees and pond
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About 30 weeping cherry trees ring the pond's perimeter.
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Chiba Park
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"Senzoku" means "wash feet." One legend says that Nichiren washed his feet in the pond.
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Trout fishing ponds for customers in warmer months.
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Koi carp fish
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This garden is very green. Even the pond is deep green.
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The area with the cherry trees is called Sakurayama.
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Riverside fishing ponds
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Most of the weeping cherries are planted along the pond's edge.
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Bracing a pine tree for winter snow.
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One end of Shakujii Park.
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Iwasaki Yataro, the founder of the Mitsubishi Zaibatsu, acquired the estate in 1878 and developed the garden with a pond and famous stones brought from all over Japan.
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Chiba Park weeping cherries
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Shakujii Pond 石神井池
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Many matsu pine trees and many stones.
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Bentenjima, a small peninsula connected by a bridge.
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Boats for rent
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Swan boats on Shakujii Pond. 石神井公園
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Stepping stones, called Isowatari, are another major feature of the garden.
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The pond is also depicted in woodblock prints such as by Hiroshige.
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Yukimi Stone Lantern
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Stepping stones, called Isowatari. 磯渡り
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Duck pond
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Isowatari. 磯渡り
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Shakujii Pond 石神井池
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Isowatari. 磯渡り
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Azalea bushes and Ryotei teahouse
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Bridge to Bentenjima.
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Stone monuments
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Pine branches and azaleas
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Sakurayama with hanami pinickers.
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Red and white azaleas
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Bridge to Nakashima island
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What is this?
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Nakashima island
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An egret stalking insects. It did not mind us photographers only meters away.
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Ryotei teahouse 涼亭
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Hanami at Senzoku-Ike
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Chiba Park
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The only egret which never flew away when I approached.
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Huge and hungry carp
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This is where the path around the lake ends.
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Notice the black legs and yellow feet.
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In case you fall into the pond...
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Monorail track
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World Trade Center in Hamamatsucho overlooks the garden. World Trade Center Building (世界貿易センタービル) in Hamamatsuchō is a 40-story commercial skyscraper. It was once Japan's tallest building in 1970.
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Bridge to a small island and gazebo
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Gazebo on one of the three islands in the pond. あずまや
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次郎弁天の池
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Arakiyama hill 荒木山A low hill is next to the pond. Some cherry trees are also on this hill.
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Benten Pond
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"Mt. Fuji" with azalea bushes blooming in early May.
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Fishing ponds
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Arakiyama hill 荒木山
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Photogenic weeping cherry シダレザクラ
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Weeping cherry tree is "shidare-zakura" in Japanese.
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Tiny flowers
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"Shidare" actually means "drooping."
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Famous stone
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Monument for the Ohga Lotus, a 2,000-year-old lotus flower species discovered in Chiba by the late Dr. Ohga in 1951. 大賀ハス
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Lotus Pavilion, the Ohga Lotus blooms around this pavilion during June and July. 蓮華亭
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Inside Lotus Pavilion, pictures of the Ohga Lotus is displayed. 蓮華亭
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Rowboats for rent at Bishamon-numa Pond. 毘沙門沼
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Pond path
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Tsutenkyo Bridge 通天橋
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綿打池
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Colorful koi carp fish in Bishamon-numa Pond, Fukushima Pref. 毘沙門沼Bandai-Asahi National Park
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綿打池
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Bishamon-numa Pond, Fukushima Pref. Bandai-Asahi National Park 毘沙門沼
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Chiba Koen Station 千葉公園駅
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The color of the water is stunningly beautiful.
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Iris garden
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Chiba Koen Station monorail platform 千葉公園駅
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Tsutenkyo Bridge 通天橋
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Chiba Koen Station monorail
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Nature trail to other ponds.
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View from Tsutenkyo Bridge 通天橋
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Ryotei teahouse 涼亭
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Wisteria
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Ryotei teahouse 涼亭
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Koishikawa Korakuen Garden has a circular design around a pond and low hill. 回遊式庭園
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Picnic area
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There is a walking path around the entire park with two ponds.
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Kasa-tei 傘亭
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Benten-numa Pond. 弁天沼
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Sanpoji Pond 三宝寺池
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Benten-numa Pond, maximum depth 6 meters. 弁天沼Bandai-Asahi National Park
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Irises
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Cherry trees line the Osensui pond. 大泉水
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Shrine
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In the background is Horaijima island (not accessible). 蓬莱島
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Aonuma Pond 青沼
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Ukimido Pavilion good for feeding ducks.
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Pine tree and Ryotei
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Pine tree and Ryotei
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Inawashiro Station 猪苗代駅
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Stone pagoda on island named Matsushima
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Oizumi ga Ike pond at Motsuji temple, in Hiraizumi, Iwate Prefecture. World Heritage Site.
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Oizumi ga Ike pond at Motsuji temple, in Hiraizumi, Iwate Prefecture. World Heritage Site.
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Motsuji's Hondo hall on the right as seen from across the pond.
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About Suhama Beach
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Suhama Beach is a peninsular beach at Motsuji temple, Hiraizumi, Iwate Prefecture. World Heritage Site.
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Rocks representing peninsular sea cliffs. One symbol of the garden.
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Motsuji's official web site in English
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Shiori-no-Ike Pond
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Shiori-no-Ike Pond with ducks. This is a tidal pond.
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Otsutaibashi Bridge over the pond.
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Pine trees along the shore
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Otsutaibashi Bridge
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Nakajima-no-Ochaya Tea House
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The garden would look better without all these skyscrapers in the background.
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Shiodome skyscrapers overwhelm the little tea house
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Tea house, pond, and pine tree
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Mishima Pond with Mt. Ibuki and cherry blossoms.
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Mishima Pond with Mt. Ibuki and cherry blossoms.
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Mishima Pond
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皇居東御苑
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Ninomaru Garden in the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
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One of Tokyo's major parks noted for cherry blossoms. Park allows hanami picnics, so you see large crowds. Although this park is near Kichijoji Station which is in Musashino, the park is actually within Mitaka
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Shot early in the morning, with a mirror reflection of the cherry blossoms.
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Huge crowd of hanami picnickers on a weekday.
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Map of Inokashira Koen Park
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Bridge to cross the pond.
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Boat dock
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Boat dock
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Inokashira Park once only had rowboats.
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