Ginkgo trees are approximately 300 metres away. In the meantime, the 146 ginkgo biloba is planted at approximately 9m intervals, creating a unique landscape that walks in a yellow-stained tunnel. The architect of this landscaping was Dr. Yoshinobu Orishita, who was called the Master of Japan modern landscaping. Toward the Museum of Art, the height of the tree and the slope of the slow down road are calculated, and ginkgo biloba is planted based on the perspective method. The scenery is like a one-width masterpiece, and the aesthetic of Ginkgo biloba trees is exceptional.