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  • Roji, surrounding Japanese tea houses and which form part of the architecture associated with Japanese tea ceremony
  • Tea plantations, where tea bushes are cultivated
  • Pleasure gardens designed for the drinking of tea and for strolling. These flourished in the late 18th century. Examples were Cuper's Gardens and the area that became the Caledonian Cattle Market in London, England. More information on the Wikipedia page [2].

A pleasure garden is usually a garden that is open to the public for recreation. They differ from other public gardens in that they serve as venues for entertainment, variously featuring concert halls or bandstands, rides, zoos, and menageries. A smaller version of a pleasure garden is a tea garden, where visitors may drink tea and stroll.

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