Lauren and Anishas Jap projjeecctt!!!
Transcript Lauren and Anishas Jap projjeecctt!!!
The roots of gardening first started in a time called
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
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
Rain catching stones -special stones that reminded
scholars of natural scenery or objects that were collected
Statues like The Great Buddha are sometimes presented
in gardens to provide thoughtful serenity to any area.