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The Japanese use stone everywhere. It's part of the natural landscape. Nowhere is it more apparent than in Matsue.
posted on 09/11/09. 2
In Japan, spectacular water features are everywhere. Shrines, gardens, castles, and public squares all have unique and interesting water features. Nowhere were they more apparent than in the gardens surrounding the Shimane Museum of Ancient Izumo.
posted on 09/09/09. 2
In my first stroll through Shimane, I first noticed the trees. The Japanese are truly tree whisperers.
posted on 09/09/09. 1
The garden surrounding the Adachi Museum of Art was ranked the best in Japan by America's Journal of Japanese Gardening for six years running. Everything here is intentional. The shape of the trees, the rocks, the water, the paths that guide you.
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