Nakatsu Banshoen

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Nakatsu Banshoen (中津万象園) is a Japanese style garden located Marugame, Kagawa. It was used to be an annex of Kyogoku clan, the lord of Marugame in 1688. Banshoen literary means garden of the universe. This garden is also consists with Marugame Museum. Marugame Museum displays many beautiful painting from France, Ceramics, and Hina Dolls.

Tourist Info.
Admission: 1,000 yen for adult, 600 yen for high school, 400 yen for under junior. There is a group discount from 20 persons.
Open: 9:30 to 17:00.
There is parking.

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Map around Nakatsu Banshoen

Detailed Travel Guide

There is restaurant which offers great local Japanese food.
If you pay additional 400 yen, you can get a Maccha tea at tea house.

-Hakkei Pond-
Imitated from the image of Lake Biwa.

-Chiyo no Kasa Matsu Pine-
600 years old pine. The width of this pine is about 15m wide.