winter Japanese garden Many gardens contain stone water basins (tsukubai), which are used for ritual cleansing, especially ahead of tea ceremonies. The basins vary from simple depressions in uncut stone to elaborate carved stone creations, and are usually provided with a bamboo dipper for scooping up water. These days they often appear as a decorative addition more than for a practical purpose. Water basins are an essential element of tea gardens and are often paired with lanterns.

winter Japanese garden Many gardens contain stone water basins (tsukubai), which are used for ritual cleansing, especially ahead of tea ceremonies. The basins vary from simple depressions in uncut stone to elaborate carved stone creations, and are usually provided with a bamboo dipper for scooping up water. These days they often appear as a decorative addition more than for a practical purpose. Water basins are an essential element of tea gardens and are often paired with lanterns.

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Japon Bahçeleri – LearNihongo

Japon Bahçeleri – LearNihongo

Japon Bahçeleri – LearNihongo

Japon Bahçeleri – LearNihongo

Kinkaku-ji means “The Golden Pavilion”. It is a three-story building located in Rokuon-ji Temple.

Kinkaku-ji means “The Golden Pavilion”. It is a three-story building located in Rokuon-ji Temple.

Büyülü Japon Bahçeleri ~ Cafe'cik

Büyülü Japon Bahçeleri ~ Cafe'cik

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Japon bahçeleri Sonbahar. Rus Servis Çevrimiçi Diaries - LiveInternet üzerine tartışma

Japon bahçeleri Sonbahar. Rus Servis Çevrimiçi Diaries - LiveInternet üzerine tartışma

Honen-in - Kyoto | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Honen-in - Kyoto | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Nijo castle

Nijo castle

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San Francisco Japanese Tea Garden...

San Francisco Japanese Tea Garden...

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Ryoan-ji (The Temple of the Dragon at Peace) is a Zen temple located in northwest Kyoto, Japan. In 1450, Hosokawa Katsumoto, another powerful warlord, acquired the land where the temple stood. He built his residence there, and founded a Zen temple, Ryoan-ji. During the Onin War between the clans, the temple was destroyed. Hosokawa Katsumoto died in 1473. In 1488, his son, Hosokawa Matsumoto, rebuilt the temple.

Ryoan-ji (The Temple of the Dragon at Peace) is a Zen temple located in northwest Kyoto, Japan. In 1450, Hosokawa Katsumoto, another powerful warlord, acquired the land where the temple stood. He built his residence there, and founded a Zen temple, Ryoan-ji. During the Onin War between the clans, the temple was destroyed. Hosokawa Katsumoto died in 1473. In 1488, his son, Hosokawa Matsumoto, rebuilt the temple.

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