Japanese Garden

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The Japanese Garden
Perhaps the most famous of all Japanese dry gardens is that of Ryoan-ji: the Temple of the Peaceful Dragon. The garden is simplicity itself—fifteen rocks arranged in a rectangle of raked white gravel—but it has provoked much speculation about its meaning, its specific relationship to Zen thought, and even its origins.

Travel without moving. This beautiful site covers many of the Japanese gardens in depth.


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