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Saihoji ~ Kokedera

Saihoji, the world’s foremost moss garden.

Originally a fourteenth century rock garden,  Saihoji gradually evolved into a four and a half acre garden blanketed with a depth of moss.

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Fukuchi-in, Koya-san

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Fukuchi-in, 1973, Shigemori Mirei

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Matsuo Taisha

Matsuo Taisha

Matsuo Taisha

Matsuo Taisha

Matsuo Taisha

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Matsuo Taisha, 1975, Shigemori Mirei

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Kishiwada-Jo

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Kishiwada-jo, 1953, Shigemori Mirei

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January 23, 2014 · 20:14

Shigemori

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2012/02/16/arts/in-the-garden-of-shigemoris-mind-2/#.UdEGtuCX6_i

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Tofuku-ji, by Shigemori Mirei, 1939

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