Japanse tuin

The Japanese garden in the early 20th century by the then owner of the estate Clingendael, Marguerite M. Baroness of Brienen (1871-1939), also called lady named Daisy. Each ship has one or more trips to Japan. She had some lanterns, a water, statues, bridges and perhaps the pavilion to the Netherlands. It is the only Japanese garden in the Netherlands around 1910 and therefore has a high historical value. The garden has a unique and exciting atmosphere, partly due to the beautiful moss layer.
The garden contains many stone lanterns, with a wide variety of forms. There are also two water barrels. 4 has a water images of Buddhas. The other water reservoir has the shape of a lotus flower.
(Information Hague).