Image title: Tatton Park Japanese garden temple and bridge

Tatton Park Japanese garden temple and bridge

The Japanese style temple stands on an island in a small lake. A hump back bridge links the island to the shore. The Japanese garden was created in 1912 by Lord Egerton of Tatton Park. The garden was renovated in 2001 under the direction of Professor Fukuhara from Osaka University.

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The Japanese Garden in Tatton Park is one of the most important gardens of its type in Europe.


Tatton Park Japanese garden temple and bridge



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Japanese garden, Japanese gardens, Japanese temple, Tatton Park Cheshire, National Trust, National Trust gardens, Cheshire County Council

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