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Kaisandō
Name:Kaisandō 



 
Alternate Name:Kaisando, Fumoin 
Address:Higashiyama-ku, Honmachi, 15-chome 
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City:Kyoto-shi 
State:Kyoto-hu 
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Country:JAPAN 
Latitude/Longitude:lat=34.9667; long=135.8
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Contruction Date:late 17th century; Edo period 
Public/Private:PUBLIC 
Hours:9am - 5pm 
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Added to JGarden:1/1/1998 
Last Updated:7/22/2000 
JGarden Description:This sub-temple of Tofukuji was substantially altered in 1877 with the addition of a stone path that bisects the garden in front of the main hall. The result is one of the most intriguing gardens in Kyoto. On the west side of the path is a rectangle of sand raked in a checkerboard and a clump of trees and stones in one corner forming a crane and turtle arrangement. On the east side of the path is a pond garden with a stone bridge, clipped shrubs, and a a planted hillock. 




It has been said that there are landscapes one can walk trhough, landscapes one can walk throug, landscapes which can be gazed upon, landscapes in which one can dwell… Those fit for walking through or being gazed upon are not equal to those in which one may dwell or ramble.
  Kuo His
  painter, Northern Sung

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