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under the canopy of tall old white pines, understory
trees such as Japanese maples put on a late-autumn
show. The metal-roofed azumaya, a Japanese term for
gazebo, offers a protected place to view the garden from
spring until fall. In winter, it becomes a storage shed.
The garden is planted so that even after a winter snowfall
(facing page) there are eye-catching focal points.