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 The roots of gardening first started in a time called
Asuka period.
 Gardens works attempt to imitate famous mountains
and other natural elements.
 Kyoto is home to one of the oldest Japanese pond
 In the Kamakura Period (1185–1333) and the
Muromachi Period (1392-1573) were a time when
japanese garden designs were being explored to there
 During World War II, the cherry blossom was used to
uplift the Japanese people.
 They bloom around April, depending on country, but it is
a very short blooming season
 The most well-known variety of cherry blossom in Japan
is the Somei Yoshino.
 The cherry blossom represents : End of a difficult period,
start of prosperity, joy, and much more.
 Also known as Zen Gardens, are dry landscape gardens.
 The main use in the gardens are rocks and stones, they
represent islands, and they form kanji for heart and
 Without using ponds or streams the gardens symbolize
natural landscapes when using rocks, white sand and
pruned trees.
 Sea is symbolized not by water but by sand raked in
patterns that represent rippling water.
 The name Tsukiyama refers to the creation of artificial
 These gardens vary in size and the way they are viewed.
 The scale of the hills is mainly shrubs.
 One common type of Tsukiyama garden is the tortoise
and crane garden, which together show an isle of eternal
 Are the tea gardens which are found all over Japan.
 They are related to the tea ceremony which was started
in Japan in the 14th century.
 The main reason for these gardens is to have an
atmosphere of loneliness and the feeling of getting away
from the world.
 The main elements in these gardens are the stone
lanterns, stone basin, etc.
 Chaniwa gardens are very simple in decorations.
 To make these gardens the Japanese use:
 The Chozubachi(water basin) to invite vistors and to
refresh themselves.
 Rain catching stones -special stones that reminded
scholars of natural scenery or objects that were collected
and displayed.
 Statues like The Great Buddha are sometimes presented
in gardens to provide thoughtful serenity to any area.