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December 4, 2009

●Fall in Kyoto

Kyoto Station:

Genko-an:

(The circle (=perfect) window in the left is called enlightened window, while the rectangle (=imperfect) window in the right is called straying window. They represent an idea of Buddhism.)
Koetsu-ji:




(Koetsu-ji is famous for its hedge, Koetsu-ji Gaki.)
Josho-ji:

Shoden-ji:

(The mountain beyond the garden is Hiei-zan. This technique is called borrowed landscape, or shakkei.)
Shin'nyo-do:


Nanzen-ji:

Friends in Kyoto say the fall foliage of this year is not so good as usual. However, they seem to have excellent nandinas.

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