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For the love of moss rocks :: A path edged with decorative rounded pebbles and moss mounds with Pachysandra terminalis in the Japanese garden Satoyama Lif - Gardening Ideas

Cudowny taras

Cudowny taras

Japanese garden on roof terrace, dreamlike living in the penthouse with japangarten

Buddhist Trinity stone placement examples for a Japanese garden.

Buddhist Trinity stone placement examples for a Japanese garden. Man Heave earth placement away from main residence.

A small pine island in a Japanese courtyard garden. I like the way they edged the small hill with rocks -- this creates a natural look and prevents eventual errosion, as well as being very pretty!

For front garden

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Shunmyo Masuno: landscape architect (pres of Japan Landscape Consultants, Ltd.) and Zen priest at the Kenko-ji Temple in Yokohama, Japan, and Prof at Tama Art University, and Adjunct Prof at the Univ of British Columbia.

Entrance gate at the Japanese Gardens in Dinner Bay, Mayne Island, BC

Entrance gate at the Japanese Gardens in Dinner Bay, Mayne Island, BC, Gulf Islands Photos of the Day.

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Japanese garden at Hyatt Regency Kyoto, Perfect Zen Garden

A rock arrangement on a bed of moss stands by the entrance to the 14th century Zen garden at Tenryu-ji Temple, Kyoto

A rock arrangement on a bed of moss stands by the entrance to the century Zen garden at Tenryu-ji Temple, Kyoto

#枯山水 #盆栽 #庭 #garden(Via:  shaped trees and stone  )庭に浮かぶ島みたいでかっこいいですね。枯山水の庭砂にK砂をどうぞ。

Japanese Garden, Adachi Museum of Art, Shimane, Japan

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Torii Gate More - Sequin Gardens

"A Classical Meiji Garden" (article), on Landscape Online. "Stepping stones," from Landscape Gardening in Japan, by Josiah Condor

"A Classical Meiji Garden" (article), on Landscape Online. "Stepping stones," from Landscape Gardening in Japan, by Josiah Condor (Garden Step Stones)

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Kyoto - Kōtō-in zen garden (sub temple of Daitoku-ji Temple)

Sixten Sason in wonderland : Photo

Shintoism - In name and shape, the Torii table is inspired by the entrance to Shinto shrines in Japan

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Not all Japanese gardens feature actual water; many represent water with stones, gravel or sand. The sand in this garden has been raked to look like ripples in a pond.

The garden represents tipical Japanese style.

These people clearly don't have kids, hahaha!

Kyoto - Tenryu-ji Temple

Kyoto - Tenryu-ji Temple

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