SA Tours Fabulous Kyushu Day 1 & 2 (7 Days): Suizenji Park

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Suizenji Park
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.
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
 Suizenji Park
 Suizenji Park
 Suizenji Park
 Suizenji Park
 Suizenji Park grounds

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