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A careful balance between the natural and the engineered characterizes Japanese gardens. This path exemplifies that balance. Note the mix of squared stones and rough stones, patterns and no patterns, alternate textures--it's all very careful and deliberate.

A careful balance between the natural and the engineered characterizes Japanese gardens. This path exemplifies that balance. Note the mix of squared stones and rough stones, patterns and no patterns, alternate textures--it's all very careful and deliberate.

neovia house

neovia house

Ponds are just as much fun for children as they are educational!

Ponds are just as much fun for children as they are educational!

Étang de jardin et koi 751

Étang de jardin et koi 751

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Japanese Gardens Point Defiance Park Tacoma WA

Japanese Gardens Point Defiance Park Tacoma WA

http://outdoorareas.blogspot.com.au/2015/03/in-japanese-garden-beautiful-garden.html

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Six 3-storey terrace houses clad and roofed with Corten steel gabions filled with crushed brick and cobblestones reclaimed from the demolition of the barn that previously stood on the site in Sesto San Giovanni, Milan, Italy.

Six 3-storey terrace houses clad and roofed with Corten steel gabions filled with crushed brick and cobblestones reclaimed from the demolition of the barn that previously stood on the site in Sesto San Giovanni, Milan, Italy.

Adachi constructed his Japanese garden with the hope that through its seasonal expression of natural beauty visitors would be inspired to view Taikan’s paintings with a renewed sense of appreciation. This new appreciation would then lead to increased interest in the works of other Japanese painters, fulfilling Adachi’s hope that visitors would be “moved by beauty.”

Adachi constructed his Japanese garden with the hope that through its seasonal expression of natural beauty visitors would be inspired to view Taikan’s paintings with a renewed sense of appreciation. This new appreciation would then lead to increased interest in the works of other Japanese painters, fulfilling Adachi’s hope that visitors would be “moved by beauty.”