At The Quintet, master landscape architect Hoichi Kurisu has fashioned a modern-day Eden out of buds, flowers, water, wood, and ornamental stone. The result is an exquisite tableau of color, movement, sound, and texture. In spring, after the pear blossoms have fallen, the flowering cherries begin to bloom. Just as the dogwoods pass their peak, the rhododendrons burst with color. As summer fades, the maples and Katsura trees flame in gold, orange and red. And the water swirls and tumbles throughout the year. It has been said that lives are whole only when lived in concert with nature; The Quintet offers you an opportunity to experience that sense of balance each and every day.