This is the garden where people can enjoy garden view and its seasonal changes, while walking along garden path made around a heart-shaped pond. Kinkaku-ji Temple (Rokuon-ji Temple) Garden and Nijo-jo Castle’s Ninomaru Garden are famous for this garden style. You can appreciate views going round crane-shaped stone island, tortoise-shaped stone island, rockwork waterfall, wisteria trellis, lotus pond, etc.
This is the garden style which developed mainly at the Zen temple
gardens in the Muromachi era. People appreciate the garden standing face to
face with it quietly inside the house. Daitoku-jiTemple’s Daisen-in ShoinGarden is a
produces the landscape of deep mountains and dark valleys, arranging a
combination of dry waterfall and stones, Samjonbulsang stone, etc. with gravel
instead of water.
This is also called Chatei, a teahouse garden and is a common name
of the garden belonging to a ceremonial teahouse. It is of Omotesenke style
with a washbasin and designed for people to enjoy water-dropping sound by
Suikinkutsu in addition to wash hands and enjoy views.