This episode of the Turn Your Garden Japanese podcast is about boundaries.
April 24, 2015
All Japanese gardens have a boundary of some description whether it be a full enclosure boundary to ensure that the Japanese garden space is private from the outside world in literal and spiritual terms OR a boundary that separates an area of a Japanese garden from another - this is particularly appropriate in some larger Japanese gardens.
A good example of this multi boundary Japanese garden would be the Japanese garden space at Kew Gardens in London in the UK but of course there are many others around the world.
If you would like a Japanese garden at home then you will need a boundary and they come in different meanings and styles. Episode 4 of this podcast series takes a short look at boundaries and shares some useful tips and knowledge with the listener.
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