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 Then their creators work in symbiosis with the nature to realize an it operates of art that infuses serenity, peace and harmony. The Japanese garden despite is an autonomous art it is very tied up to the painting japanese . This has done him that some of the most greater painters of the century xv they have also become famous planners of Japanese gardens. As the gardens of Ryoan-ji and Daisen-in planned by the painter Soami. The elements that constitute a Japanese garden are: musks, pines and maples, bamboo groves, little ponds, brooks, stones, cried by flower and by fruit; from the rododendrons to the camellias and  Wisteria ; and from the thornbushes to the cherries.  Si can say that the Japanese garden divides him in three styles: Hilly style; Tea garden; Dry style. Obviously the aesthetical rules are found under the same form in everybody and three types of gardens.

Hilly style: You/he/she is generally constituted by brooks with stones and an it isolates in mean to a lake connected by a bridge. The visitor admires the changes of scene crossing a path tortuous which the door from an angle to the other of the garden.


Tea garden: Obviously they derives from the principle of the meditation and therefore to the ceremony of the tea. This path reaches the room of attended that it calls machiai, in which there is a sink to wash him hands and mouth before entering the room from tea.


Dry style: The gardens Daisen-in and Ryoan-jis are a meaningful example of garden dry style. To realize this type of garden they are used little bushes but many stones, a lot of sand and gravel. In thisgarden water is not present but all the elements will be prepared in such way by to give the impression that it there is. This type of garden has to give the feeling of eternal calm.

The Japanese garden is born  to the beginnings of the v century, imported from China, it differs from the European garden for the refusal of the geometric perfection and the formal order. Surely the philosophy Zen with his taste of the simplicity and the refinement is the most expressive push for the creation of these real works of art. The Japanese garden is imagined for reproducing the real nature of the territory japanese in reduced dimensions.

 

JAPANESE GARDENS

 

by   GENNARO   MANZONE

 

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