Japanese Garden Notes - Gardens Muromachi 1333-1573 secret gardens manuals:tells how to make the garden hand scrolls Secret books also existed outsiders

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Gardens: Muromachi 1333-1573 secret gardens manuals:tells how to make the garden, hand scrolls. Secret books also existed; outsiders weren’t supposed to know. Very serious consequences for creating gardens wrong. Rocks: 47 different name rocks, some are foundation rocks, some for utility, some for beauty. Skillful manipulation of size and scale to result in rocks that look bigger than they actually are. Buddhist triad rock, one big in themiddle, two at the sides.(Buddha + buddhasatsas) Waterfalls: if its taller than 90 cm, manual tells Fudo Myoo is present. Protected by Fudo Myoo, stands underneath the waterfall and that is training and persevering under Fudo Myoo. karesansui: dry landscape garden; new type of garden developed in the context of Buddhist temples in Kyoto, in conjunction with Zen buddhism. Changeability to dry was important. Landscape paintings often resemble the gardens created. Garden of a Palace in Kyoto: Emaki 14th c. Shows a garden that is part of a palace,

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