Introduction about Japanese Zen Garden

"Japanese gardens are designed to reflect miniature landscapes. There are various types of Japanese gardens, with their roots in Asian history. Royal gardens for emperors were designed for esthetics and recreation. Temple gardens for monks were created for meditation and contemplation. The Zen style is a meditation garden. It is grounded in symbolism. White sand represents water. Large rocks stand in for mountains or islands. Here are the steps to creating a unique and charming Zen garden"

Japanese Tea House

Wednesday, April 3, 2013


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