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Chinese garden, Shanghai. Note the rocks featured in the garden. Japanese gardens use rocks like this to mimic mountains, but since the karst formations of China and the volcanic mountains of Japan look different, the rocks they choose to use in their gardens are different.

Note the rocks featured in the garden. Japanese gardens use rocks like this to mimic mountains, but since the karst formations of China and the volcanic mountains of Japan look different, the rocks they choose to use in their gardens are different.

Nishiki Market, Kyoto

Nishiki Market, Japan Nishiki Market is a narrow, shopping street, lined by more than one hundred shops.

Reminds me of Augusta during Masters Week!  Azalea Festival, Shiofune Kannon-JI Temple, Tokyo, Japan

Temple of Azalea, Shiofune Kannon-ji Temple, Ome, Tokyo, Japan. How pretty!

時代祭 時代祭について| 京都市観光協会

時代祭 時代祭について| 京都市観光協会

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