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Japanese Ambassador's Residence
Name:Japanese Ambassador's Residence  
Alternate Name: 
Address:E Nebraska Street 
Mailing Address: 
City:Washington 
State:DC 
Postal Code: 
Country:UNITED STATES 
Weather:current weather 
Phone: 
Fax: 
E-Mail: 
Contact: 
Designer(s):Yoshikuni Araki 
Contruction Date:1974 
Public/Private:PRIVATE 
Hours:Not open to the public 
Admission:Not open to the public 
Added to JGarden:9/6/2004 
Last Updated:9/6/2004 
JGarden Description:Site is triangular, 20 minutes from downtown on E Nebraska Street. Done in collaboration with architect. Stone brought from Mt. Frederick in the D.C. region. Site planted with extensive trees to create sense of a grove. 




Before the wind of spring
Has tangled the fine threads
Of the green willow --
Now would I show it
To my love.

  Manyôshuû
  trans. by W.G. Aston, 1899

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