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Japanese Culture as Seen in Gardens Miki, Emma, Melinda, Eric, and Shannon Ginkakuji Temple Zen Buddhist temple Dry (Karesansui) garden which uses stone, gravel, and sand to represent natural landscapes Sand mound symbolizes mountains and water Honen-in Temple

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Japanese Culture as Seen in Gardens

Miki, Emma, Melinda, Eric, and Shannon


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Ginkakuji Temple

  • Zen Buddhist temple

  • Dry (Karesansui)

    garden which uses stone,

    gravel, and sand to represent

    natural landscapes

  • Sand mound symbolizes

    mountains and water


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Honen-in Temple

  • Buddhist temple (had a more religious feel)

  • Sand garden with a flower

  • Pagoda with inscription

  • Less open

  • Graveyard


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Nanzen-ji Temple

  • Use of trees and moss within

    the rock garden

  • Layers of wrapping

  • Mountains provide borrowed

    scenery (shakkei)

  • Tea garden provided

    contrast


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Shosei-en Garden

  • Landscape garden (Tsukiyama) which

    includes a lake, several bridges, trees, stones, and

    flowers to create a replication of natural scenery

  • Contrast with skyscrapers

    in the background

  • Teagardens (Chaniwa)

    with stone pathways

  • Felt less artificial


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Major themes represented

  • Uchi/Soto

  • Wrapping/enclosure

  • Common elements

  • Shikata

  • Tamed nature

  • Religious symbolism


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