Chinese InterContinental Tokyo Bay Opens a Dry Landscape Garden

The Chinese Dry Landscape Garden was unveiled at InterContinental Tokyo Bay’s Chinese Cafe in Minato Ward, Tokyo. This tranquility is only accessible to those who reside in the Chinese Club Access Rooms. Moreover, the InterContinental Tokyo Bay resort has a video that clearly demonstrates the engaging Japanese cultural experience offered to guests during their stays.
The garden features carefully shaped trees and annual flowers to represent Japan’s changing seasons and is a reflection of the Japanese satoyama scenery.
To reflect the normal flow of water, a Tsukubai representing “water flowing from the source” is placed at the farm’s facility. Meanwhile, a karesansui ( dry landscape ) technique using sand patterns creates the illusion of rippling water and a gentle river flow in the foreground. The yard exhibits the shimmering splendor of enveloping waters and the various plant expressions that occur at various times of day and in different seasons. Notice also Regent Hong Kong’s Harry Johnson’s fresh Signature Suite Collection.
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