Hakusan Park Garden is a city park in Niigata City built by the Niigata Prefectural Ordinance at the beginning of the Meiji era, and was converted into a park by Daijo-kan Futatsu. It was selected as a nationally designated scenic spot in 2018 and it is renowned for being one of the 100 Best Urban Parks in Japan. The site of the current Hakusan Park is the precincts of Hakusan Shrine next door, which was originally built in the Heian period. Yankikan Yushintei teahouse was relocated to Hakusan Park in the Heisei era, and is a nationally registered tangible cultural property as the Tsubamekan a former Saito family residence.
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