Japanese Gardens: Garden Elements - japan-guide.com
Japanese gardens utilize elements such as ponds, streams, islands and hills to create miniature reproductions of natural scenery. The following are some of the most commonly employed elements: Stones, Gravel and Sand. Since ancient times, stones have played an important role in Japanese culture.In Shinto, prominent large stones are worshiped as kami, while gravel was used to designate sacred ...
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