15. The public parks are as pretentious as it gets

By Tenkaijapan - Last updated: 土曜日, 2月 20, 2010 - Save & Share - Leave a Comment



Meticulously constructed according to the good Doctor Enryo Inoue’s arcane personal tastes, Tetsugakudo’s numerous small buildings are all dedicated to world-famous philosophers.



Outdoor features include a supposedly haunted tree and a ‘Time-Space Clearing’ that is — and we quote — “intended to represent the philosophical dimension.” It’s a big patch of dirt.

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Tetsugakudo: Matsugaoka 1-34-28, Nakano-ku, tel. 03 3951 2515, 9am-9pm, closed first Thursday of every month

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