Roam the roji or path of the Japanese Garden and
you will know what it is to stop and smell the roses, or in this
case the cherry blossoms. Takeo Shiota designed the winding walk
with sporadically spaced stones, footbridges and streams to slow
down the pace of the hectic world outside.
As you stroll along this hidden treasure trail,
take note of the teahouse, which was purchased after being
featured in the 1900 Anglo-Japanese Exhibition in London.
Throughout the seasons, students, staff and
visitors can be seen sketching or writing in this poetic and
artistic blend of landscape design.