The Japanese garden seeks to convey the love of nature, along with the naturalness of human contemplation. It has been an important part of Japanese arts for more than 1,000 years.

If you would like to admire the wonderful flora, get to know another culture, and want to relax a bit after the noise of the city center, feel free to visit a Japanese garden!

Due to their unique style, Japanese gardens are popular all over the world, we can visit many parts of the world, even Hungary if we want tranquility and recharge.

The Japanese garden is a garden built in the Japanese style, the aim of which is to delight and reflect at the same time, to be a peaceful, calm place for deepening and meditation. Its less spiritual purpose is to present interestingly shaped stones, rare plant species.

Just like the basic colors on the painting palette, Japanese garden designers will see the plant, the empty space, the rock, the water, the gravel, the lantern, the „bubbling”, the waterfall.

We walk in one of the hidden, small streets of Szentendre, catching up on the steep road, we hardly notice the bamboos leaning in the wind above the fence.

When Buddhist monks from China arrived in Japan, they brought with them the concept of designing gardens to display elements of the Earth and the forces of nature.

Mosses hit their heads in virtually every type of garden over time, there are garden owners who are also specifically bothered by the presence of these little plants.


Japanese garden construction

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