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"A Symbol of Peace"

Japanese Garden of Peace is a beautiful garden installation located within The National Museum of the Pacific War. Designed by Taketora Saita, the traditional Japanese garden was gifted to the museum by the people of Japan in 1976, as a symbol of peace and reconciled friendship between the two countries. Also a tribute to Admiral Heihachiro Togo, the garden features a replica of the admiral's study. During your visit to the museum, take a leisurely stroll in the garden as you admire its gorgeous Japanese elements, comprising a Koi pond, pebbles and rocks, lush green grass and shrubs, and paved pathways.
340 East Main Street, The National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg, TX, United States, 78624
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"A Symbol of Peace"
Japanese Garden of Peace is a beautiful garden installation located within The National Museum of the Pacific War. Designed by Taketora Saita, the traditional Japanese garden was gifted to the museum by the people of Japan in 1976, as a symbol of peace and reconciled friendship between the two countries. Also a tribute to Admiral Heihachiro Togo, the garden features a replica of the admiral's study. During your visit to the museum, take a leisurely stroll in the garden as you admire its gorgeous Japanese elements, comprising a Koi pond, pebbles and rocks, lush green grass and shrubs, and paved pathways.
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