Masaru Suzuki
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Small courtyard gardens known as tsubo niwas became popular in Japan during the 15th Century. The gardens were common in Japanese cities and were often found at the homes of wealthy merchants. These small gardens are still popular today especially where space is at a premium. These intimate spaces are created to provide a serene entrance to a home and are based on the principles of Japanese Zen Garden.

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stone path // Great Gardens Ideas //

Another wonderful example of a dry river bed . I love how the stones laid on their sides gives the illusion of running water.

大徳寺 高桐院 京都市北区 Kotoin Temple, Kyoto, Japan

Love this green tatami mats floor, which connects with a hallway with red carpet. (Koto in Temple, Kyoto, Japan)

京都 鷹峰 光悦寺 (Kouetuji temple in Kyoto,Japan)

I love this pathway - pin to remember to duplicate one day (Kouetuji temple in Kyoto,Japan)

Secret path

Bamboo trail in Bali, Indonesia. It reminds me of the bamboo garden I went to in Kyoto, Japan. But this looks more like a jungle.

京都 西芳寺(苔寺)/Saiho-ji temple Kyoto, moss garden

Moss Bridge - Saiho-ji Temple Kyoto, Japan Known as Kokedera, or the Moss Temple, Saiho-ji is home to one of Kyoto’s most famous tourist attractions, the moss garden. Over 120 types of moss cover the garden grounds.