Tagged: Ritsurin

Building a Boat for Ritsurin Garden

  If you visited Ritsurin Garden these past couple of years, you know that now there are a couple of boats on the south pond that allow you to discover the garden from a different perspective (full disclosure: I have yet to ride one of...

Ritsurin Garden in December

      I have absolutely no time whatsoever to post anything of substance on this blog these days, and believe me, that doesn’t please me at all (if you can read French, I advise you to head to my French blog, it gets a...

Pines in Ritsurin Garden

  We’re just out of cherry blossom season. Everyone (myself included) raves about maple leaves in the Fall. Ritsurin means chestnut tree. However, the true “star” of Ritsurin Garden is the pine, which is probably the most common tree in the park, and it looks...

Ritsurin Garden

  It’s been quite a while since I last posted pictures from Ritsurin Garden, don’t you think? So, here you are :       Those pictures are a little old, but Spring is coming, so let’s hope I post some fresh ones soon.  ...

Ritsurin Garden Visit in Late November

  Yes, I know, I don’t currently post enough, and seeing that we’re in the heart of Fall season, I know what you’re all waiting for and expecting from me, a very specific post! No, I’m not testing your patience on purpose and rejoice, the...

Ritsurin Garden in the Fall

  Fall is here (well, after today’s temperatures, one can be tempted to say that Winter is here)! While we’ll have to wait until April to be warm ago, there aren’t only bad sides to Fall. It’s probably the most beautiful season in Japan, and...