The three gates were built with the assumption that the god Susanoo, who connects Japan and Korea, would come and go, so you can imagine the gods dancing and playing in the garden. A large stone is placed in the pond on the east side of the Hojo, and this stone may be the image of Susanoo incarnate. On the peninsula protruding into the pond on the south side of the Hojo, there is a pine tree that looks like a dragon riding the wind and trying to fly away, and the entire garden expresses wind and thunder. I also read that thunder brings blessings to the earth, and that the garden is a place to remember the kindness of Tokugawa Ieyasu, who implemented policies that brought prosperity to the people.
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