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Built 1902 by a wealthy entrepreneur, it’s a small, Oishibugakuryu style garden, a common style in the Tsugaru region and characterized by utilizing locally sourced crude rocks, but there was also greenery, water and banking. Despite a drizzle it was lovely to view the garden...More