A Japanese garden is not just a collection of rocks, gravels and bonsai trees. The true Japanese garden is a very careful and balanced mixture of an ancestral aesthetic charged with tradition, symbolism and spirituality that declares a unique respect and understanding of nature.
Zen’s philosophy was originated in China when spaces were recreated to serve the rest of the imperial family. These scale landscapes, also known as Buddha gardens, spread to other areas of Chinese society. Japanese Zen gardens are influenced by Shinto, Buddhism, Tao and Feng Shui.
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The traditional Japanese garden has features that have evolved over many centuries and represent the numerous influences that exist in certain historical times.Many people who visited a significant number of these gardens dispute the presence of a “typical Japanese traditional garden” because the gardens they saw are very special. However, this is comparable to saying …
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Water Whether it’s a lake or stream, Japanese gardens are always watered or represented by white sand in the dry rock garden.Water and stone are two opposing elements in the Buddhist symbolism that complement and complete each other.A traditional garden typically consists of a waterfall, a miniature version of the popular mountain waterfalls in Japan. …
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Japanese Garden Japanese gardens are typical gardens that construct idealized miniature landscapes, often in a highly imaginative and fashionable manner. The gardens of emperors and rulers were built for leisure and aesthetic enjoyment, while the gardens of Buddhist temples were planned for reflection and meditation.Japanese garden styles include karesansui, Japanese rock gardens or zen gardens, …
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