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Hori Teien Garden (名勝旧堀氏庭園(堀庭園))

"A garden that includes the main house of Hori Tojuro, an Edo period copper mine official called the ""Mining King of Western Honshu."" The roughly 6.5-hectare grounds consist of the main garden from the Edo period, the Meiji period Rakuzan-so reception hall, and the Warakuen garden from the Taisho period. It's been recognized as a National Place of Scenic Beauty. Created in 1897, Rakuzan-so's grounds feature a pond-centered strolling garden with a waterfall and a three-legged stone lantern against a rocky mountain back drop. It has 17 lanterns of different sizes and a small shrine, as well as maple trees, azaleas, and satsuki rhododendrons. Lots of visitors come when the leaves turn colors in fall."

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Shimane Kanoashi-gun Tsuwanocho Muraki 795 (Masuda / TsuwanoArea)

phone 0856720010
place

9:00-16:30 (until last entry 16:00)

Review of Hori Teien Garden

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Reviewed:2019/10/19 江戸時代の大庄屋の屋敷
堀家は鎌倉時代、津和野に地頭として下向した吉見氏に従って畑迫に土着した一族で、戦国時代には吉見氏のもとで鉱山開発を行っていた。 堀氏が居住した畑ヶ迫村には銀山があったことから、大いに栄えたようです。
Reviewed:2019/01/27 Belle découverte
Maison typique japonaise qui nous plonge dans la culture du Japon, très riche histoire racontée au travers de photos.
Reviewed:2019/01/27 Magnifique jardin japonais
Très belle maison traditionnelle avec un magnifique jardin japonais, un peu éloigné de la ville mais cela vaut le détour

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Address
Shimane Kanoashi-gun Tsuwanocho Muraki 795 [map]
Area
Masuda / TsuwanoArea
Phone
0856720010
Hours
9:00-16:30 (until last entry 16:00)
Closed
Monday (The next day for Public holiday), Nov. is open everyday, 12/30-1/4
Fees
Adults500yen, High/Junior High School Students300yen, Elementary School Students200yen
Parking Lot
Available(70spaces)
Credit Card
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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