Adachi constructed his Japanese garden with the hope that through its seasonal expression of natural beauty visitors would be inspired to view Taikan’s paintings with a renewed sense of appreciation. This new appreciation would then lead to increased interest in the works of other Japanese painters, fulfilling Adachi’s hope that visitors would be “moved by beauty.”
The Ninomaru Garden is designed in the traditional style for Japanese residential architecture is said to be a garden expressing the world of shinsen horai (eternal youth and immortality) is also called Hachijin Garden. Seiryu-en Garden in 1916 the grounds were restored into a sorin-shiki garden (open forest garden) by the famous landscape architect, Jihei Ogawa. Honmaru Garden 893 to 1894 a traditional Japanese dry landscape garden was created.