Zen Gardens By Tom Wright and Mizuno Katsuhiko | Garden book Review


Zen Gardens is a thin small book that includes outstanding photographs and information on the most popular Zen temples/gardens of Kyoto. The bulk of the pages include a photo and short information on each temple/garden. There are also some superb winter color photos of the gardens. The detailed text sections at the end of the book include the spirit of Zen, Buddhism arrives in Japan, the second wave, Pure Land and Zen, the Gozan system, temples and sub-temples, and a few words on Japanese gardens, glossary, and a map. Total 75 pages



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