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Yanagawa Tachibana-tei Ohana is the former residence of the Tachibana family, a clan of feudal lords during the Sengoku and Edo periods. Its garden, the Shotoen, was designated as a national site of natural beauty, where there are about 280 pine trees that have been standing for 200 to 300 years. Another popular sight to see in the garden is during winter, when over 300 wild ducks rest briefly during their migration. Guests can enjoy steamed eel and other rare delicacies from Ariake Sea.
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