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A careful balance between the natural and the engineered characterizes Japanese gardens. This path exemplifies that balance. Note the mix of squared stones and rough stones, patterns and no patterns, alternate textures--it's all very careful and deliberate.

A careful balance between the natural and the engineered characterizes Japanese gardens. This path exemplifies that balance. Note the mix of squared stones and rough stones, patterns and no patterns, alternate textures--it's all very careful and deliberate.

Love the mounding with stones in between.

Love the mounding with stones in between.

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Chion-in (知恩院) is a major temple in Kyoto and boosts the largest gate in Japan and has more than one garden.  The Hojo Garden is in the chisen kaiyushiki (garden which is designed around a pond) style. The garden exudes the moods of the four seasons. It is said to have been designed in the early Edo (1600-1868) period by the monk Gyokuen, who was connected to garden master Kobori Enshu. The garden includes the Shinji-ike (Heart Character) Pond, the Aoi-an Teahouse, and the Tokugawa Gongendo…

Chion-in (知恩院) is a major temple in Kyoto and boosts the largest gate in Japan and has more than one garden. The Hojo Garden is in the chisen kaiyushiki (garden which is designed around a pond) style. The garden exudes the moods of the four seasons. It is said to have been designed in the early Edo (1600-1868) period by the monk Gyokuen, who was connected to garden master Kobori Enshu. The garden includes the Shinji-ike (Heart Character) Pond, the Aoi-an Teahouse, and the Tokugawa Gongendo…

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bell stands - Google Search

bell stands - Google Search

Like the rock sitting in the grass patch! Also like the stoney riverbed path.

Like the rock sitting in the grass patch! Also like the stoney riverbed path.

Typically I like the entrance to the woods to be unexpected or slightly more natural.  but this bold entrance to a Japanese woodland garden is striking!   ~cmr

Typically I like the entrance to the woods to be unexpected or slightly more natural. but this bold entrance to a Japanese woodland garden is striking! ~cmr

A zen garden.

A zen garden.

Japanese Rake Garden | Gravel or sand-rake construction finishing notes

Japanese Rake Garden | Gravel or sand-rake construction finishing notes

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