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Unformatted text preview: base but the intricate designs around the rim of the urn also have a symmetric feel to it. On a much larger scale even Japanese shrines made use of the symmetry in deciding where specific buildings would be built within the complex. Two examples of shrines that used symmetry were the Ise shrine and the Horyuji Shrine. Another important aspect of Haikus were that when they are created they are intending to paint a picture or create a sort of snap shot as to what the poet was trying to convey. This is often the case with some Japanese works such as the Golden Hall interior mural which was created to depict the western paradise and what it is like to achieve nirvana....
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- Spring '08