Japanese gardens

A japanese garden requires a lot of effort and knowledges from calligraphy or ink painting and it is an art in itself. Only in the end of the 19th century this art and the tradition were also adapted to western countries. Typical Japanese gardens are a combination of specific elements: rocks, waters, lanterns, a pavillion or a teahouse and for sure, a bridge over the water. With rocks and moss, the creative japanese artist can play to represent the world in an abstract way. With these elements, the artist can copy famous landscapes that are made now smaller or they could put their talent to transform a small garden into a bigger one.

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