I love it!And yes the train was coming towards me!
The little bridge is charming, but it's the pond and waterfall that I love! Beautiful.
How did they do that? I am speechless with sighs. Even the man-made bridge seems like an integral part of the natural landscape (and the man-made waterfall). It surprises me that these views can be found in Koku Park. Nice place!
It's a beautiful place!
nice romantic place to go for a cup of Japanese tea. Do you perform tea ceremonies?
When a kid, I was absolutely sure that every Japanese house had a bridge like this one...
nice and simple is my taste
This garden is so adorable!Great pictures Kaori!Happy SundayLéia
Nice shots! It looks like a very nice place to relax.
Oh yes, charming, quaint, pretty. Sigh.
I agree: nice, simple and lovely!
So elegant and peaceful... what a lovely place to visit. Beautiful photos.
That is an elegant and simple bridge. It is a very harmonious construction.
Absolutely beautiful setting. Love how the bridge seems to be a natural part of the setting. Darryl and Ruth : )
That is so beautiful. It's very much what I picture when I think of a Japanese garden.
I like this simple bridge. It looks so natural.
Thats a beautiful place!
Haha, the shortest bridge I have seen in a Japanese Garden. Cute!
just as life should be.daily athens
I love Japanese design, simple yet elegant.
This looks most welcoming.
now that view is utterly stunning. ^0^
«Louis» is a day late making his rounds to thank everyone who contributed to Sunday Bridges.
What a wonderful bridge - I miss, miss the Japanese gardens which I saw back in Gifu-ken! genki de ne!
Tall Gary, I'm surprised how many bridges I've found in Koku Park myself! I've yet to go by and find the bridge you suggested, but I will soon :D
I love that quaint little bride and the garden is fantastic! So very peaceful :)
Whoops I meant bridge. Haha! Not seeing any ghost brides in your photo or whatever :)
Mia, I read your first comment and ended up looking for the bride in the photo! hahaha! :D
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