6 февр. 2011 г.

Training at KMU: Sightseeing - Kenrokuen garden

The garden was named Kenrokuen in 1882. The Lord of Shirakawa Domain in Oshu, Matsudaira Sadanobu was asked to name it by the 12th Lord Narinaga. It's thought that he got name from Rakuyo Meienki, a classical Chinese book about famous gardens of Luoyang. The name Kenrokuen literally means "Garden of the Six Sublimities", referring to spaciousness, seclusion, artificiality, antiquity, abundant water and broad views, which according to Chinese landscape theory are the six essential attributes that make up a perfect garden.
Today there was a special event in Kenrokuen garden. The Light Show is organized twice a year. It's an unbelievably fantastic entertainment. It started at 5.30 pm. The evening was quite warm and the snow was lying on the ground. The lovely live music of the instrumental trio (flute, violoncello and oboe) added some magic to an unreal atmosphere of the evening. It was a wonderful and an unforgettable day in Japan.

Pictures taken at night with essential stereo-effects.

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