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Shoin of Shisen-do temple in Ichijo-ji/Shugaku-in area, Kyoto, Japan

Tsubo-en is a Japanese Zen garden of the karesansui type with a high level of abstraction, that is dry rock garden with topiary plants. This page shows the main garden karikomi and hako-zukuri objects (topiary).

A garden of Shisen-Do

A garden of Shisen-Do

Kyoto Day Trip | Borderless Art Museum NO-MA | ボーダレス・アートミュージアム NO-MA, outsider art museum in Omihachiman city, Shiga, near Kyoto.

Kyoto Day Trip | Borderless Art Museum NO-MA | ボーダレス・アートミュージアム NO-MA, outsider art museum in Omihachiman city, Shiga, near Kyoto.

Zen garden.

Zen garden.

福岡 太宰府市 光明禅寺 fukuoka japan

福岡 太宰府市 光明禅寺 fukuoka japan

Kyoto International Community House

Kyoto International Community House

Gyokusenji temple (Tsuruoka, Yamagata, Japan) Was first created in the Muromachi period (~1450) and later improved in the Edo period (~1640) by Tenyu Betto, said to be the forefather of Mt. Haguro’s revival. The pond-centered garden is said to be western in style, and the aged rock arrangements represent the stillness and harshness similar to that experienced by a priest of the Zen sect undergoing apprenticeship. The garden instills those who gaze upon it with a mysterious peace of mind.

Gyokusenji temple (Tsuruoka, Yamagata, Japan) Was first created in the Muromachi period and later improved in the Edo period by Tenyu Betto, said to be the forefather of Mt. Haguro’s revival.

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