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An informal, tiered drystone retainingwall plus manicured shrubs and statuary = shabby chic Gardenfuzzgarden

Shisendo (by maida0922)

詩仙堂 - Shisen-dō is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen sect in Sakyō-ku, Kyoto, Japan. It is registered as a historic site of Japan. It stands on the grounds of its founder, the Edo period intellectual Ishikawa Jōzan, who established the temple in 1641

Zen garden,Kyoto by herminia

Kyoto - Zen garden has 3 features, the sky, the land and the water. The water is represented by raked pebbles in ripples. Stones are the islands (land) and trees represent the sky or heaven. The gardens are quiet for contemplation

Japan - Karesansui, or Japanese rock garden, is also called “dry landscape garden” or “zen garden.”

日本庭園 ~枯山水 苔庭:Japanese garden - karesansui Kokeniwa (Correlation with Japanese knitting: texture as in cabling combined with colour as in stranded yarn knitting, popular in Japanese knitting designs.

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