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САД КАМНЕЙ«Shunmyo Masuno, Japans top backyard clothier, is without delay Japans such a lot hugely acclaimed panorama architect and an 18th-generation Zen Buddhist priest, presiding over day-by-day ceremonies on the Kenkoji Temple in Yokohama. he's celebrated for his targeted skill to mix strikingly modern components with the normal layout vernacular.
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However, by no means are all Zen gardens dry landscapes. Water is a key element in many of Masuno’s gardens, as well as those of his influential predecessors, including Musō Soseki, who designed the Zen garden at Saihoji temple (from 1339 CE), famous for the thick carpet of moss covering the banks of its quiet stream and pond. Many Zen gardens are constructed within small contained spaces, such as the Ryōanji garden, which is built on the south side of the abbot’s quarters, with garden walls on the other three sides.
This balance of contrasts—the Zen principle of creating a single unified whole from seemingly opposing parts—is fundamental to this garden. The expansive garden is made of two distinct parts. The main garden is focused on water—the waterfall, stream, and pond—with islands of granite planted with black pine trees evoking the scenery of the Japanese Inland Sea. The second garden is a secluded karesansui (dry) garden, which wraps a corner of the clubhouse building, allowing intimate views from the locker rooms and the traditional Japanese baths.
II. Title: Complete works of Shunmyo Masuno, Japan’s leading garden designer. A. jp Asia Pacific Berkeley Books Pte. Ltd. com First edition 15 14 13 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Printed in Singapore 1206CP TUTTLE PUBLISHING® is a registered trademark of Tuttle Publishing, a division of Periplus Editions (HK) Ltd. The evening light shimmers in the quiet reflecting pool of the Shōka no Niwa (Ascension Garden) in the Yūkyūen garden at the Hofu City Crematorium. A nobedan (stone walkway) and stepping-stones lead to the shihō hotoke tsukubai chōzubachi (four-sided Buddha water basin) in the Mushintei garden at the Suifūso guesthouse.