Thursday, March 19, 2015

Japanese Garden;

On a same day when I visited English Garden link last month, we also stopped by "Chofu-garden 長府庭園" in Shimonoseki-city. 
I didn't want to miss posting Tex's meme.  I'm happy if my pictures from this garden can brings you a bit of Japanese atmosphere.  Haha, visiting two places and could have enjoyed both western and eastern garden in one day;-)







I've chased this Brown-eared Bulbul, happy he perched the plum tree there.

Linking this post to "Good Fences"

Thank SO MUCH for your kind visits, I'm tied up till this week end.
But I WILL try hard to catch up with you!





24 comments:

  1. Like allways very -very nice pictures...

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  2. Dear Miyako, the Japanese garden is absolutely gorgeous! Big hugs from Finland.

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  3. japanese gardens are so pretty and relaxing...while living in missouri, we had a nice on in springfield that i loved to visit!

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  4. this is just so gorgeous. truly beautiful, miyako! thank you!

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  5. I especially love the low curved fencing along the walkway . . . and the elegance of these gardens is sublime.

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  6. How lovely and serene. It looks like no one is there but you.

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  7. All of your captures of your visit are truly lovely, what a peaceful place this must be to visit.

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  8. What pretty gardens!

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  9. Oh, Miyako! These are wonderful photos of a stunning Japanese gardens! Japanese gardens are always so very lovely! I enjoyed seeing this one very much! Hope you are doing well!

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  10. Miyako, I certainly enjoyed the sites, as it is very unusual for me. The water fall is my favorite...lovely. Hugs from Texas.

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  11. How fun you got to visit both western and eastern gardens in one day :-) This is such a beautiful Japanese garden. I love the stone bridge over the pond. And waterfall and koi fishes are very pretty! The last photo is so lovely with plum tree and brown-eared bulbul. Spring is in the air :-)
    Have a wonderful day, Miyako san xoxo

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  12. It is so beautiful there. It's as if all the weeds grow on this side of the earth and not your side.

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  13. magnificent gardens, lovely birds and beautiful waterfall

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  14. Stunning photography of this serene and beautiful place. And you are right --that really was quite a "round-the-world" garden tour you took all in one day. What fun.

    I love the delicate blossoms on the graceful branch; really looks like Japanese art to me! And I'm glad to see that beautiful bulbul again.

    Thank you for this lovely post.

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  15. so lovely

    so well shown




    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  16. so very pretty, love the little fence in the second image.

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  17. Dearest Miyako,
    Lovely Japanese Garden at its prime time with plum blossoms. Clever showing of the Brown-eared Bulbul!
    Sending you hugs for a happy weekend.
    Mariette

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  18. Lovely refined gardens, very elegant.

    Diana

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  19. Beautiful gardens and variety of fences. The Brown-eared Bulbul is a pretty bird. I'm glad you were able to get a picture of it.

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  20. Beautiful shots of a so well balanced garden. I like it a lot.

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  21. oh how beautiful. i can't wait until the weather gets nicer so that we can visit some japanese gardens here in the DC area and also when the cherry blossoms will be in peak bloom. springtime around here makes my heart so full and happy ;)

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  22. Japanese gardens are always fascinating. My mom's a big fan of bonsais and blossoms. She tries growing bobsai at ger garden and she's somehow successful :) she has 2 now.

    I alwayd like how s Japanese garden is arranged, they're absolutely neatly organized and kind of emits strong relaxing energy.

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