Stone Garden,Japanese garden-Trad Japan's Gallery- karesansui rock garden of the Daisenin, a subtemple of the temple Daitokuji in Kyoto.
  
 Stone Garden,Japanese garden-Trad Japan's Gallery- Stone Garden,Japanese garden-Trad Japan's Gallery- 
Stone Garden,Japanese garden-Trad Japan's Gallery- This elongated stone at the Zuiho-in Temple represents a peninsula surrounded by waves. 
Stone Garden,Japanese garden-Trad Japan's Gallery- Part of the Genkyu-en in Hikone, the Rakuraku-en stone garden features a superb example of a dry waterfall.
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Chinese garden landscapes and miniaturized mountain displays Like this one in Suzhou, had enormous influence on the design of early Japanese gardens.

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Banryutei, the dry landscape garden attached to Kongobun-ji Temple on Mount Koya, comprises 140 granite rocks, making it the largest stone Japan.

 
 Stone Garden,Japanese garden-Trad Japan's Gallery-  A sand mound at Honen-in, a Jodo sect temple located on a wooded slope in Kyoto. Priests periodically change the design to reflect the seasons.
 Stone Garden,Japanese garden-Trad Japan's Gallery-

Designed by the Zen priest Daisho, Daisen-in is one of Kyoto's most compact gardens.

A sea of sand flows down from two vertical stones representing Mount Horai, passes under a stone bridge and around a number of rock islands, before dissipating into a sea of emptiness.

 
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The littie-visited dry landscape of Misho-teien, part of Jodo-ji Temple in Onomichi, Hiroshima Prefecture, dates from around 1806.

 Stone Garden,Japanese garden-Trad Japan's Gallery- Though not a stone garden, rocks are an important element in Tokyo's Kiyosumi-teien. When the garden was restored in 1878, its owner, the wealthy industrialist Yataro Iwasaki, had rare and well-formed stones shipped from all over the country to Tokyo inhis company's steamships.