Built in 1738, the estate and the garden are an officially designated site of beauty. Banquet and conference halls seating three hundred people are available, as well as Japanese restaurants for smaller groups and traditional Japanese accommodation facilities (19 rooms). Shotoen, a viewing-style garden, has 280 black pines and 1,500 stones arranged in it, while the Taigetsukan and Ohiroma Great Hall facing the garden can seat more than a hundred people. The Tachibana Museum contains items from the history of the Tachibana Family, the former Daimyos (lords) of this area. We can offer a variety of plans meeting the demands of each visitor, particularly those who seek to experience Japanese culture and history. Visitors can also combine their visit here with a boating trip down the river, a specialty of Yanagawa.
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