National Geographic Traveller UK’s June issue features an article introducing Kyoto’s quieter side, with three gardens recommended by Saki Yamada, director of our Heritage and Garden Artistry Division.
Saki recommended Murin-an, Nanzen-in Temple, and Chishaku-in Temple, three cultural properties of Japan whose tranquil gardens are managed by Ueyakato Landscape.
We appreciate this opportunity to share the unique serenity of Kyoto’s gardens with an international audience.
The article appears in English here
National Historic Site and Place of Scenic Beauty: Nanzen-in
Place of Scenic Beauty: Chishaku-in Garden
Place of Scenic Beauty: Murin-an Garden
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