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  1. Art Tower Mito (水戸芸術館)

    Art Tower Mito (水戸芸術館)

    Art Tower Mito (水戸芸術館 Mito Geijutsukan) is an arts complex in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture, opened to the public in 1990 and designed by Arata Isozaki.
  2. Art Tower Mito (水戸芸術館)

    Art Tower Mito (水戸芸術館)

    Art Tower Mito (水戸芸術館 Mito Geijutsukan) is an arts complex in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture, opened to the public in 1990 and designed by Arata Isozaki.
  3. Gasping crow

    Gasping crow

    A gasping crow in the summer heat at Kairakuen in Mito, Ibaraki
  4. Cicada at Kairakuen

    Cicada at Kairakuen

    Cicada at Kairakuen, Mito.
  5. Ducks at Kairakuen

    Ducks at Kairakuen

    Ducks performing purifying rituals at Kairakuen, Mito.
  6. Cicada shell

    Cicada shell

    A cicada has molded its shell in Kairakuen, Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture.
  7. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    Kairaku-en (偕楽園) is a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was built relatively recently in the year 1841 by the local lord Tokugawa Nariaki and was open to the public.
  8. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    Kairaku-en (偕楽園) is a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was built relatively recently in the year 1841 by the local lord Tokugawa Nariaki and was open to the public.
  9. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    Kairaku-en (偕楽園) is a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was built relatively recently in the year 1841 by the local lord Tokugawa Nariaki and was open to the public.
  10. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    Kairaku-en (偕楽園) is a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was built relatively recently in the year 1841 by the local lord Tokugawa Nariaki and was open to the public.
  11. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    Kairaku-en (偕楽園) is a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was built relatively recently in the year 1841 by the local lord Tokugawa Nariaki and was open to the public.
  12. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    View of Kobuntei Pavilion (好文亭) at Kairaku-en (偕楽園), a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was established in 1841 by Tokugawa Nariaki.
  13. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    Kairaku-en (偕楽園) is a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was built relatively recently in the year 1841 by the local lord Tokugawa Nariaki and was open to the public.
  14. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    Kairaku-en (偕楽園) is a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was built relatively recently in the year 1841 by the local lord Tokugawa Nariaki and was open to the public.
  15. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    Statue of Mito-komon in Kairaku-en (偕楽園), a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was built relatively recently in the year 1841 by the local lord Tokugawa Nariaki and was open to the public.
  16. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    Statue of Tokugawa Nariaki in Kairaku-en, a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was built relatively recently in the year 1841 by the local lord Tokugawa Nariaki and was open to the public.
  17. Kairakuen

    Kairakuen

    Kairaku-en (偕楽園) is a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Kairakuen was built relatively recently in the year 1841 by the local lord Tokugawa Nariaki and was open to the public.
  18. Lake Senba

    Lake Senba

    Lake Senba (Senba-ko) in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture.
  19. Tokiwa Jinja

    Tokiwa Jinja

    Shrine Tokiwa Jinja (常磐神社) is a Shinto shrine adjacent to the gardens of Kairakuen in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. Founded in 1874, enshrined are Tokugawa Mitsukuni, second daimyo of the Mito Domain and compiler of Dai Nihonshi, and Tokugawa Nariaki, ninth lord and founder of the nearby...
  20. Tokiwa Jinja

    Tokiwa Jinja

    Tokiwa Jinja (常磐神社) is a Shinto shrine adjacent to the gardens of Kairakuen in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. Founded in 1874, enshrined are Tokugawa Mitsukuni, second daimyo of the Mito Domain and compiler of Dai Nihonshi, and Tokugawa Nariaki, ninth lord and founder of the nearby Kodokan han...
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