Ryusenen Garden, surrounds a Japanese house built with carefully selected materials, stands in a strolling garden that takes advantage of the natural atmosphere. It was named after Ryuichi's "Takashi" and the "spring" that springs up. You can stroll through this garden during the museum's opening hours. Ryusen-En is a small but beautiful Japanese garden, laid out in traditional style around a tranquil carp pond. With its plum and cherry-blossom trees and a small wooded area, it's a very pleasant, relaxing place to stroll around slowly, and there are also a handful of striking sculptures and statues nestled among the greenery. Ryusenen is a part of Sano Art Museum and also the adjacent Matsurin a renowned restaurant in the area.