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20 Stunning Japanese Gardens Around the World (2)

 

JAPANESE GARDENS – TYPICAL FEATURES

A catalogue of features “typical” of the Japanese garden may be drawn up without inquiring deeply into the aesthetic underlying Japanese practice. Typical Japanese gardens have at their center, a home from which the garden is viewed. In addition to residential architecture, depending on the archetype, Japanese gardens often contain several of these elements:

- Water, real or symbolic
- A bridge over the water, or stepping stones
- Rocks or stone arrangements (or settings)
- A lantern, typically of stone
- A teahouse or pavilion
- An enclosure device such as a hedge, fence, or wall of traditional character

Source: Wikipedia

 

6. Monte Palace Tropical Garden (Stone Lanterns) – Madeira, Portugal

Photograph by JONATHAN GROBE & HANNES GROBE

 

7. Daizen-Ji Zen Rock Garden – Kyoto, Japan

Photograph by CHRIS & SUYEN SELKE

 

8. Japanese Tea Garden – San Francisco, United States

Photograph by J. ASH BOWIE

 

9. Ginkau-Ji Zen Garden – Kyoto, Japan

Photograph by KAISER TIA

 

10. Korakuen Garden – Okayama, Japan

Photograph by 63highland

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