Japanese rock garden

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English: A Japanese rock garden or vernacular Zen Garden is a type of 'Japanese style garden' in landscape design, emphasizing natural rocks and stone mulches. Small bushes and shaped trees are planted in these gardens. The ground is covered in sand or gravel that is raked into soothing patterns.
  • an actual Zen Garden or Karesansui is a Zen Buddhist art form of a Japanese garden, expressing essential nature and dharma with stone, gravel, and space.
日本語: 枯山水(かれさんすい)は日本庭園の様式の一つである。

Kyoto[edit]

京都

Ryoanji[edit]

龍安寺

Tofukuji[edit]

東福寺

Daitokuji[edit]

大徳寺

Myoshinji[edit]

妙心寺

Jishoji[edit]

慈照寺(銀閣寺)

Others[edit]

Other places in Japan[edit]

Shitennoji[edit]

日本語: 四天王寺(大阪市天王寺区)
English: Shitennoji in Tennoji, Osaka

Anyoin, Taisanji[edit]

日本語: 安養院太山寺塔頭), 神戸市, 兵庫県
English: Anyoin in Kobe, Hyogo

Harima Ankokuji[edit]

日本語: 播磨安国寺(兵庫県加東市)
English: Harima-Ankokuji in Kato, Hyogo

Bingo Ankokuji[edit]

日本語: 備後安国寺(広島県福山市)
English: Bingo-Ankokuji in Fukuyama, Hiroshima

Komyozenji[edit]

日本語: 光明禅寺(福岡県太宰府市)
English: Komyozenji in Dazaifu, Fukuoka