The Morikami Museum and Gardens are a hub for Japanese arts and culture in South Florida, with exhibits and festivals during the year. George Morikami was a Japanese-American farmer who donated his land to Palm Beach county to create a park in the 1970's. This view is of the "Ancient Gate" (Kodai-mon) made in Japan of Japanese cypress wood.
Copyright: Edward Oest
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送信日: 25/05/2011
更新日: 16/10/2014


Tags: morikami park; florida; delray beach; usa; park; japanese
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