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Fusuma is a sliding paper door at Japanese house. It was very gorgeous that painters painted at Fusuma, so now you can watch them at the historical temples or castles. Kobun-tei was built by Nariaki Tokugawa, the 9th lord of Mito. Although it was burned by the airstrike during the World War II, it was rebuilt in 1958. Hitting the 2011-3-11 Tohoku earthquake, some walls were damaged, but now we can enter the house.

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Kobuntei, ume

white ume

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Kobuntei, ume

white ume

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Kiku room (Chrysanthemum)

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Kiku room (Chrysanthemum)

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Momo (peach) room

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Kobuntei garden

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Bamboo room

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real bamboo on the picture of bamboo

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Ume-no-Ma (Japanese apricot room), white & red umes and moon

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Nandina

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Kobuntei’s garden

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azalea at Kobuntei

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Kobuntei’s garden

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Cherry blossom’s room (Sakura-no-Ma)

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pink ume tree

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ume tree

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Kobuntei’s corridor

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Kobuntei’s ceiling

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Kobun-tei’s garden

Kairakuen, ume

Ume at Kobuntei’s garden

Kairakuen, flower arrangement

flower arrangement

Kairakuen, flower arrangement

flower arrangement

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Kobun-tei’s stone of the garden

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from the view from the 3rd floor of Kobun-tei. Senbako lake and garden.

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from the view from the 3rd floor of Kobun-tei. The center’s tree is a huge cherry blossom tree.

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from the view from the 3rd floor of Kobun-tei

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