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Best garden in Hokkaido

Of the 7 gardens I visited in Hokkaido, this has to be the highlight. It is a beautiful garden that... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2014
twets
,
Switzerland
terrific kind service

In the quiet of a natural setting good food and kind service, we enjoyed some of our last remaining... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2014
Royden M
,
Edmonton, Canada
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14 Oct 2014
“Best garden in Hokkaido”
25 Jul 2014
“terrific kind service”
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249-6 Tokiwa Nishi 3 Sen, Nakasatsunai-mura, Kasai-gun 089-1300, Hokkaido
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Reviewed 15 October 2014

Of the 7 gardens I visited in Hokkaido, this has to be the highlight. It is a beautiful garden that incorporates a lovely forest, avenues of plants, art huts, a real babbling brook and some amazing sculptures and views of the area. The journey is...More

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Reviewed 25 July 2014

In the quiet of a natural setting good food and kind service, we enjoyed some of our last remaining hours with our dearest friends looking and thinking about art and the meaning of life

Thank Royden M
Reviewed 31 October 2012

You can enjoy a nice walk through a small grove and visit the small art museums on the grounds. There is a restaurant on the grounds featuring Rokkatei Japanese sweets. Strictly mediocre, but I don't care for Japanese sweets.

1  Thank miharashi
Reviewed 12 August 2010

A newly created garden near the Satsunai River with a number of art exhibition buildings. Well worth visiting. The buildings are panelled with wood brought from old buildings in Croatia.

1  Thank Skakagrall
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