Japanese garden

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Japanese garden

- Often uses bamboo, mondo grasses, pine, and small pools of water containing koi.
See also related terms for pine.
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14) Mrs Basil Taylor [Harriet Osgood], Japanese Gardens (New York: Dodd, Mead & Co.
The unusual effect produced by foreshortening and "collage" was reminiscent of the way some Japanese gardens borrow from the landscape, incorporating various elements of the background into their overall design.
She researched the most popular moss varieties in Japanese gardens, wrote the instructions for establishing moss in a Japanese garden corner and identified the moss in the pictures.
It is important Japanese Gardens are formed adhering to our strict design values and that they often reflect formations which occur in the natural world.
THE world's leading expert on the design of Japanese gardens will work on the restoration of Liverpool's Garden Festival site.
Japanese gardens are legendary for their natural tranquility and artistically elegant use of space and topography.
Japanese gardens are havens of tranquillity and places to escape for some rest, repose, meditation and sentimental pleasure.
Japanese gardens, on the other hand, are more for viewing--to communicate peace and tranquility.
JAPANESE gardens have never been more popular here in Britain.
We have nothing against Japanese gardens per se but we wish people would use their common sense as to where they are being placed.
The elaborate promenade from the street to the basemen dining spaces presents visitors with glimpses of kaleidoscopic, scarcely accessible spaces, containing abstracted fragments derived from traditional Japanese gardens and domestic architecture.

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