This collection of contemporary Japanese gardens has developed around the garden designed by the highly acclaimed Japanese landscaper Shodo Suzuki.
His L'archipel is the only garden he has designed outside of Japan. Representing the archipelago of Japan with these black stones now placed on the water, this garden beckons us on a poetic meditation of the landscape. In close connection with Shodo Suzuki, Fumiaki Takano then invented a stunning circular project which surrounds the latter's work and triples the surface area of ponds reflecting the clouds above. Hiroshi Naruse rounded off this collection in 2015.
These recently laid out gardens will change in step with the seasons and passing years.