Many pools of Japanese carp and turtles. Beautiful park that seemed to spring up out of a carved rock face with waterfall.
There is a Jungo Cafe where you can get some really nice teas (singles to go) or sit down and have a large pot of jasmine tea.
One drawback is that it was all "paths" and therefore you spent most of the time walking around. No real places, like other tea gardens I've been, to sit, contemplate, meditate, and simply enjoy the space.
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