When I walked around the vast garden, I could see a pagoda standing on the top of the hill. This garden was built by Tomitaro Hara, a person of business in 1906. He collected many Japanese traditional architectures by the power of money.
The pagoda was one of them. It was originally built in Kyoto and belonged to Thomyo-ji, a Buddhist temple. The temple has been discontinued and the pagoda was moved to this garden in 1914.
February 8, 2006
Sankeien Garden, Kanagawa
CANON EOS 1V
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