Nezu Garden Museum 根津美術館の公園
Unlikely Garden in Omotesando
Within the confines of the Nezu Museum in the fashionable district of Omotesando, a narrow paths run through a garden leading to a pond from a natural source.
It is hard to imagine that behind the treetops stand a skyscraper forest. Four pavilions devoted to tea ceremony with great greenery composition that spread over an area of 1700 m². One of the tea houses was specially built to watch the splendor of the purple foliage of Japanese maples. A Buddhist statuary to ensure the mosses, a symbol of a silent purity.