Japanese Gardens presents 98 stunning Japanese gardens in Kyoto.
This book introduces the soul of Kyoto, the Japanese garden, in an unbroken continuity from the Heian period until today. Addressing their variations through the sub-categories of temple gardens, gardens of the Imperial Family and aristocratic households, and urban courtyard and other gardens, this book offers an insight into the compelling fascination that the beauty and philosophical depth of these gardens inspire.
Languages: English & Japanese
Format: Paperback, Full Colour, 224 Pages
Dimensions: 21cm x 15cm
Photographer: Akira Nakata
Publisher: Pie Books
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