Huajian Avenue is the oldest and most famous flower street in Japan. It runs north and south across the garden area and is also the essence of this area. Starting from the Lili Teahouse, it is about 1000 meters long. It retains the residential buildings of the Edo period. It is also one of the scenic spots of the movie "Memoirs of a Geisha" where Geisha can't be touched at all. The people wearing kimonos are tourists.