A documentary about the construction of a Showa-en Japanese garden in Pilsner. The garden was built in the area of the Zoological and Botanical Gardens of the City of Pilsner on the initiative of the City of Pilsen and the Western Bohemian University. The motto of the garden and the documentary is the idea of the Czech architect Jan Letzl, who worked in Japan at the beginning of the 20th Century. He built the "Atom Temple" in Hiroshima in 1907: "I am finally here, in my dream of Japan, where I like it above all my expectations, where I am very happy and from where I will not come home too soon". Mr.Eishin Harada, the chairman of the Japanese Garden Association, and the architect and author of this garden is the guide through the documentary - "In Karlovy Vary, my friend made a garden with the topic of hot springs. This is the second construction in the Czech Republic which takes a different approach. In the beginning, there were three these: first, the connection second, perseverance and third, balance..."