The Sankeien Garden features a number of historic buildings that were brought from all over Japan. It is a Japanese style garden that is located in the southern part of Yokohama. The facility covers a total surface area of 175 thousand square meters. On the grounds of the attraction there is a pond, a variety of flowers, small rivers, and strolling trails that visitors may enjoy. It was built by Hara Sankei, a silk trader, and in 1904 it was opened to the public. Sankei had brought various buildings from all across Japan and set them up in the garden. The historic structures that you can see include a daimyo (feudal lord) residence, tea houses, main hall, and a three storied pagoda that belonged to the Tomyoji Temple in Kyoto.