Today we discovered Peckham Rye Park's Japanese Garden

Thought to have been created between the years of 1910-1914 after gifts had been presented to London by the city of Tokyo, the Japanese Garden sits nestled within the grounds of Peckham Rye Park and has been providing an oasis of calm amongst the bustle for many years.
With a water garden and an arched stone bridge - a visit here will leave you feeling as though you've travelled to much farther planes.

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