This garden is one of the top 3 gardens in all of Japan, and it's easy to see why. Once a private garden of the Maeda lords of Kanazawa, this place was once forbidden to the general public. It's a perfect example of the paradoxical delicate sensibility that accompanied the often warlike calculations of the Samurai class. Aside from being fascinating from a historical viewpoint, this garden in a perfect place to cool your heels after a long day of sightseeing.
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