The Kiyokuni Kikutake Architecture museum
The gingko tree at the entrance to the Western guest house.
Bush clover tunnel at Mukoujima
The rose garden and the house
A police box reflected in a traffic mirror.
The Iwasaki mansion as seen from the Kiyosaki Kikutake museum
An old steam engine on the way to Mukoujima Hyakkaen
Bush clover close up. We went when the bush clover was at its prime, so it was everywhere.
Furukawa Teien seen from the Japanese garden
Gaienmae gingko trees.
The Iwasaki family were the founders of the Mitsubishi corporation. This is one of their many houses.
One of the first steam engines in Japan. It was imported from England.
A turtle with bush clover in the foreground.
Carp at Rokujien
Tea House at Furukawa Teien
Last of the leaves
Maple trees in a park in Gaienmae
The garden of the Iwasaki estate as seen from the Japanese residence.
The pond at Rokujien
Reflection of a sumac tree
Gingko trees, a little past their prime
The Western house as seen from the porch of the Japanese residence.
This Western guest house was designed by Josiah Condor.
The sky tree from Mukoujima Hyakkaen
The Japanese garden at Furukawa teien
Details on a wedding kimono seen in a window near Gaienmae
Just a little girl playing with gingko leaves