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Urakuen - Joan, a national treasure tea ceremony room
Urakuen - Joan, a national treasure tea ceremony room
Urakuen - Joan, a national treasure tea ceremony room

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A historic tea ceremony room and a beautiful Japanese garden Apr 14, 2012
Oda Urakusai, Oda Nobunaga's brother was a great master of the tea ceremony. He built this tea ceremony room Joan in Kyoto in 1618. This historic tea ceremony room was designated as a national treasure in 1951. It was moved from Kyoto and reconstructed here in Inuyama in 1972. A lot of flowers and blossoms for the tea ceremony are planted in this Urakuen garden. You can enjoy this garden in all seasons. Joan is opened to the public several times a year. This Urakuen is a five minutes' walk from Inuyama Castle.
Joan, a national treasure tea cere…
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Dr_Seuss says:
Great that they have decided to preserve it, and what a beautiful setting :)
Posted on: Oct 03, 2012
HelenP says:
what a beautiful garden Yuiko
Posted on: Oct 03, 2012
Vikram says:
Agree with Jacques
Posted on: Oct 02, 2012
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