The eight-foot-high arch of the Acrobats frames waterfalls, ponds (including the ten-foot-deep bottom pond, originally a vernal pool), and the Tea House. Salamanders still return each spring to lay their egg masses. In the late fall, over thirty Japanese Maples flame into color. The Tea House, with its Murphy bed, anchors the spot for both day and night time enjoyment. Behind this, the Roji, a path of large stones, leads to a bamboo garden, and the four-faced Buddha with the Halo.
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