Every time you come to Japan, you want to have a lot of yummy things, right? And at some restaurants, you get to feel the spirit of the Japanese tea ceremony and see the roji gardens which are associated with tea rooms. These gardens were a way for the guests to prepare for the coming ceremony, and so they were a part of the hospitality toward the guest. As an extension of this kind of hospitality, many restaurants have a garden for the customers to look at while they eat. These kinds of roji gardens can often be seen in Kyoto, and I think it would be a splendid idea if you could go to one of them when in Kyoto, so take a look at this list of restaurants that have a roji garden!