While it’s easy to find European-inspiration in Boston, it’s more difficult to locate places that have the unique architecture and serene and peaceful surroundings that Japan is known for.
However, I found a place where visitors to Boston can escape to when they want a reprieve from the hurried nature of the city.
Best of all, no admission ticket is needed, so it’s free! That’s right, you can potentially visit every day that it’s open if you want. However, it does close at the beginning of fall and reopens in the spring.
Luckily, we’re here when it’s open. Let’s go see it!