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百花百草  Hyakka Hyakuso - Western Garden
Japan

百花百草  Hyakka Hyakuso  is a museum owned and operated by the City of Nagoya.   Beautiful gardens and tea room on Nagoya’s cultural path. The garden in back is a western-style garden.

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