5 Japanese garden elements
SPIRITUALITY AND MATERIALITY
A traditional Japanese garden is formed by five elements, one of which is spiritual, and the other four – rocks, water, plants and architecture – are material.
It is often believed that the Japanese Gardens are created according to the strict rules of the canon. In fact, the Japanese garden tradition provides many significant rules and types of garden elements, but that is exactly what gives the space for improvisation.
- Hajime Watanabe is a Japanese landscape gardener, who creates the largest Japanese garden in Europe in the north-western part of Lithuania, near the Baltic sea “Samogitia”. 65 years old man comes from Kawaguchi, Saitama Prefecture. He has experience in developing similar gardens in six European and Middle Eastern countries, but...
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