20 Japanese Gardens from around the world
• 20 Japanese Gardens from around the world
Japanese gardens smash around the world: in the courtyards of houses in the city parks, as well as historic places, such as Buddhist and Shinto temples and old castles. In Japanese culture, horticulture - the real art such as calligraphy.
The first Japanese gardens were under the influence of stylized Chinese gardens. The tradition of creating Japanese gardens passed from pupil sensei. We offer you 20 amazing Japanese gardens from around the world.
Garden Hongbo, Osaka, Japan.
Japanese Garden in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Garden Ryoan-ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan.
The Japanese garden in the carpet, Australia.
Ritsurin Garden, Takamatsu, Japan. In the center of the typical Japanese garden is the house from which decided to enjoy this very garden.
In addition to the residential building in a Japanese garden can be some of these elements: water (a bridge over the water or stones); stone or just a bunch of rocks; lantern (usually stone); tea house or pavilion; hedge, a fence or a traditional wall. Photo: Monte Palace Tropical Garden, Madeira, Portugal.
Stone Garden Daydzen Price-ji, Kyoto, Japan.
The Japanese Tea Garden, San Francisco, USA.
Japanese Gardens are considered the place where a person moves away from the bustle of everyday life and stress. Photo: Ginkau-ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan.
Korakuen Garden, Okayama, Japan.
Kaiyu-Shiki - gardens where walking to fully enjoy their beauty. In certain places have uneven, so you can look down. Photo: Hamilton Gardens, Waikato, New Zealand.
The stones used for the construction of tracks, bridges and crossings. Photo: Zen garden stone, Japan.
The Japanese garden in the Netherlands.
The Japanese Garden in Portland, USA.
Adachi Museum of Art, Yasugi, Japan.
The water should be part of the natural landscape in a Japanese garden. Therefore, here you will find fountains. Water flows smoothly and gently. On the most beautiful bodies of water often hang lights. Some gardens have even dried up ponds, where they create the same effect as full. Photo: Garden in Kumamoto, Japan.
Keunkan Garden, Nagahama, Japan.
Japanese stone garden in Koyasane, Japan.
Japanese Gardens in Portland, USA.
Green plants - another part of the Japanese gardens. Japanese tradition requires delicate shades of green, but also is used by flowering trees and plants. In Japanese gardens, the West used many unique Japan-only plants. Photo: Park Como in Minnesota, USA.