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Hakusha Son-so Garden, Kyoto
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  • I went because it was written and was able to annex building is respectable, but few exhibits. However, wide garden, town, is more admirable. It's the admission fees are too high, I can't bring myself to go also.
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  • House and garden was built, but was he from the Taisho Showa period Japanese painting painter kansetsu Hashimoto over the lifetime is Baisha village. In the vast utopia in the nose and eyes of the ginkaku-ji Temple which is about 10000 square meters will be there. Ginkaku-ji Temple is a very famous, but at first glance also take a look at the value is.
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  • I stop by on the way to the ginkaku-ji Temple. Admission is 1300 Yen? Is your garden is very nice, but Hashimoto kansetsu work itself is almost not see array...? "It was. May's admission of what Fortunately, fewer customers, take advantage.
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