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Bandoko Teien garden

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A garden within the reach of the ocean smell

With unique topographic features that are flat and long out in the sea, this garden is called “Bandoko No Hana” (guard house with a nose). Known as where a sentry station for Western ships was, Bandoko Teien was also visited by Katsu Kaishu in 1863, who was a gunkan bugyo nami (naval magistrate) at the time. It is also famous for a poem written by a nobleman of Fujiwara family during the Manyo era (724) watching fire for luring fish at night at Sahikanoura Bay.


Bandoko Teien garden

Tour time required:Please allow 10 to 30 minutes to look around the site.
Bandoko no Hana, Saikazaki, Wakayama City
Tel.073-444-6533
8:00~17:00(9:00 - 18:00 from April to August)
Open seven days a week (closed due to bad weather and during the New Year’s holiday)

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