The Seppun Gardens were not a true garden per se, but the informal name for the vast plains that surrounded Kyuden Seppun, famous for their unusual statuary. A giant stone statue was carved each time a new Seppun Daimyo was appointed, and sold smaller statues as souvenirs to those who passed through the area. [1]


  1. Fealty and Freedom, p. 117

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