Hoshu-jji Temple Garden was created by Kinsaku Nakane who was born in this area. It was created in 1981 when Nakane was a professor at Osaka University of Arts. The tableau consists of a stone set that expresses a deep mountain passage that has been created on a gentle artificial hill. The water of the river flows from there to the ocean expressed by gravel. Cycads are planted on the left side of the main hall, which is unique to the warm Enshu region of Shizuoka Prefecture.
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