Rikugien Lantern Rikugien is a garden in Tokyo that was built in 1702 by the feudal lord and shogunal adviser Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu. After the end of the feudal era, the property came to be owned by the founder of the Mitsubishi Group, Iwasaki Yatarō. The property was then donated by his family to Tokyo in 1938.
Kasuga-gata - This style is the most common. The lantern has one long leg and 1.5 m tall. In Japan, sometimes 50 or more lanterns are placed along the footpath in buddhism temple. Mostly, lanterns are made with stone. But as long as this lantern, some of them are wooden. -Japanese & Chinese Stone Lanterns for gardens
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