Question: What are the three types of Japanese gardens?

Traditional Japanese gardens can be categorized into three types: tsukiyama (hill gardens), karesansui (dry gardens) and chaniwa gardens (tea gardens).

What are the different features of Japanese garden?

Japanese gardens are characterized by: the waterfall, of which there are ten or more different arrangements; the spring and stream to which it gives rise; the lake; hills, built up from earth excavated from the basin for the lake; islands; bridges of many varieties; and the natural guardian stones.

How many Japanese gardens are there?

There are more than 300 public Japanese gardens in North America. A few dozen of them are particularly noteworthy.

What is the name of a Japanese garden?

The dry landscape garden (枯山水 Karesansui) is the best known type of Japanese garden type and is often called Zen garden.

How do you make a Japanese style garden?

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