|NOTES||Use for gardens created following the Shinto, Buddhist, or Zen philosophy of the relationship between nature and people and generally characterized by simple asymmetrical designs, dominated by clipped evergreens, often incorporating bridges, rocks, stepping stones, raked gravel, and stone lanterns to create an environment for contemplation and meditation.|
|HIERARCHY||Objects Facet>Built Environment>Open Spaces and Site Elements>open spaces>gardens>Japanese gardens|
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