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Published on Jun 26, 2009
An impression of a Japanese Buddhist Zen Garden and how it gets improved continuously. The garden is fully documented by means of a free online guide for creating a karesansui Zen garden. The site authors are based in the Netherlands, where they have created this garden named Tsubo-en. The site http://www.zen-garden.org/ discusses how to create and maintain such a garden. There, on the Introduction page, you will find the full version of the next citation abstract:
"A space that embodies nature can act as a kind of balm - a restorative for the mind. In its ideal form, the modern Japanese garden is just that spiritual space, designed according to a sophisticated aesthetic that evokes and celebrates nature."