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The Most Important Elements in a Japanese Garden

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The Japanese gardening tradition is one of the oldest in the world. Here’s a list with the main elements one should have in his or her Japanese Garden.

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Stone lanterns Report Abuse
This one is not compulsory, but it obviously brings the Japanese spirit into your garden. There are many shapes and styles on the market.
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Water Report Abuse
Except for Japanese dry gardens, you can’t actually have a proper Japanese traditional garden without water.
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Wooden furniture Report Abuse
It’s best to stick to the essentials. A couple of small benches will do the trick.
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Sand Report Abuse
Some Japanese gardens which imitate a certain landscape use sand to suggest long distances.
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Bridges Report Abuse
Both wood and stone can be used. I prefer wood.
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