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The atmospheric Shouun Sanso Garden was created in 1926, and even though it’s famous for its fall colors, in spring the fresh greenery gives the garden an entirely different atmosphere, and you can practically feel the energy emanating from the trees.
Inside the garden is the Kimura Tea Ceremony Museum, and visitors can relax and try drinking green tea from tea bowls which are on display at the museum, and are even classified as national treasure level in their quality! There is also seating outside, so you can relax and enjoy your tea under the beautiful fall colors.
●Facilities: Japanese garden, Kimura Tea Ceremony Museum
●Types of Trees and shrubs: 350 enkianthus shrubs,1,650 rhotedendrons,300 maple trees, 450 Japanese red pines
●Entrance Fee: Free (Entrance to the Kimura Tea Ceremony Museum is separate)
●Hours: 9am to 5pm
●Season: April to November
●Address:  Midori-cho 3, Kashiwazaki
20 minute walk from JR Kashiwazaki Station.
15 minute drive from either the Kashiwazaki Interchange or the Yoneyama Interchange on the Hokuriku Expressway
  Parking lot available
●Related Sites:
 Kimura Tea Ceremony Museum


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