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Ozaki Residence
Name:Ozaki Residence 



 
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Address:Hawai-cho, Uno 
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City:T˘haku-gun 
State:Tottori-ken 
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Country:JAPAN 
Latitude/Longitude:lat=35.4833; long=133.8833
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Public/Private:PRIVATE 
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Added to JGarden:1/1/1997 
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JGarden Description:This garden is constructed around a pond running lengthwise across the south and east sides of the Ozaki family residence. The garden also uses a pine forested mountain in the distance as shakkei. Rocks are distributed around the pond edge as well as being stacked up in a waterfall arrangement. There is an island in the center of the pond. The plant materials are notable for the prominence of sotetsu (cycad or Japanese sago palm), a plant that became popular in the Kyoto area at the beginning of the Edo period.




Bibliography
Mori Osamu. Teien. 1993. p 363.

 




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