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Japanese Garden at Kidd Springs Park

Japanese Garden at Kidd Springs Park

This Japanese garden sits on the hillsides next to a 2 acre, spring-fed pond in a shady, peaceful corner of one of Dallas’ neighborhood parks.The garden’s trees include deodar cedars, Japanese black pines, sabal palms, Japanese maples, Afghan pines, golden rain tree and Japanese maidenhair (aka Ginkgo biloba).

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Hama-rikyū-onshi-teien (浜離宮恩賜庭園)

Hama-rikyū-onshi-teien (浜離宮恩賜庭園)

There are a great many things to see in this roughly square 60-acre park, but chief among these are the tidal pond (Shioiri-no-ike 潮入の池) with its massive floodgate, the duck-hunting blinds, the staggered bridges shaded by wisteria trellises, and a 300-year-old pine cascading down a stepped trellis.

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Shoyoen Japanese Garden at Dubbo

Shoyoen Japanese Garden at Dubbo

‘Shoyoen’ means ‘strolling and refreshing garden’. Shoyoen is recognised as being one of the most authentic Japanese Gardens in Australia. It was gifted to Dubbo by it’s Sister City, Minokamo, Japan.

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