Shenquan Garden, not far from the two cities, is a small roadside garden. There is a small pool of water in the middle. There are all kinds of wild waterbirds in the water and beside the pool. Several red buildings over the pool add a touch of romance to the attractions.
Shenquan Garden is located in Yuchitong Shenquan Garden, Kyoto City, Japan. It was founded after Emperor Huanwu moved to Kyoto in the Ping'an era. It was founded about the same time as Ping'an Jing (Kyoto). Around 794, the earliest record of the park was Emperor Huanwu's pleasure in 800 A.D.
Beautiful gardens surrounding a small lake. Very peaceful with no crowds.
Shenquan Garden takes the pond in the water as the key point of the whole courtyard. The area of the pond is very large, and a red wooden bridge is very obvious. It is said that the maple leaf red and cherry blossom season are very beautiful here, but unfortunately not at this time.
Shinsen-en Garden is a lovely little garden that has a red picturesque bridge and pond.
Shenquan Garden is originally a royal garden adjacent to the southeast side of the Grand Neili (Palace) of Ping'an Jing. Because the water never dries up, there is a good Dragon Queen in the clouds. The air and sea have been successful in seeking rain here. (Adult Shenzi of Bailong was originally an empty sea of mountain villages.) Originally, there were numerous large gardens with pools, springs, rivers, mountains, forests, pavilions and pavilions. When Dechuan Jiakang built two cities, it occupied the land here, and later it became smaller and smaller. There is also a high-grade kiosk called Pingba, which was founded in 1789. I went to see it before lunch, and then I came out silently.
Japanese parks in Kyoto, Osaka and other places are built like parks. The scenes of Shenquan Garden are very beautiful.