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|I feel quite accomplished with this photo that happened to feature a passing bird. :)|
Right after lunch, we visited Suizenji Park for a stroll. Suizenji Park was originally a teahouse built during the early Edo period and was originally known as ‘Suizenji Teahouse Garden’, named after a temple called ‘Suizenji’ which used to be within the garden grounds but does not exist anymore.
|Souvenirs shops outside the entrance of the garden.|
The moment we stepped into the garden, we were in awe of the serene landscaping: the water of the large pond was clear and upon a closer look we could clearly see schools of fish happily swimming back and forth. The landscaping of the garden was very prim and proper: the grass height was short and neat, and all the trees were well-maintained and trimmed, giving that typical Japanese ‘zen-like’ feel. It was a good stroll to help digest lunch in such a beautiful environment.
|Suizenji Park grounds|