This garden is a little hard to find but well worth the effort. It is tiny but beautiful and full of inspiration. Someone really knew what they were doing when they built this.
The tea ceremony cost a fair buck but proved to be worth it. We were knocked out by the sincerity of the lady who conducted it and her rigorous adherence to the many traditional motions and actions that go into it. She was very friendly at the same time and made us feel quite at home in what was essentially a pretty strange and foreign experience. The sweet was great too. I would heartily recommend this tea ceremony and the garden.
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