Japan has a unique garden technology that incorporates nature into the garden called the Japanese garden.
In the Japanese garden, stones are mainly arranged and the garden trees are arranged to create a story.
In the Izumo region of Shimane prefecture in Japan, there is a Japanese garden called "Izumo-style garden" that has been passed down for a long time, reflecting the local culture.
The characteristic of "Izumo Garden" is the arrangement of stones, which is the main character of the garden. The awe of Japanese stones dates back to ancient times and is inherited from Iwakura (the stone where the god [God] lives). The Japanese respect as a god comes from their awe for nature. Shinto with myths (faith born from the daily life of the Japanese) has been passed down to Japan since ancient times. The god of Shinto consists of the god of the sea, the god of the mountains, the god of natural objects and phenomena such as the wind, clothes, food, housing, the god of livelihood, and the god of landfill. In this way, it is said that there are 8 million gods. Izumo City, Shimane Prefecture, is well known as the setting for Japanese mythology. In October, gods from all over the country will gather in Izumo to hold a rally for world peace and relationships. Therefore, October is called "Kannazuki" in Izumo, and "Kannazuki" in other than Izumo. In the Izumo region, the gardens reflect the times and culture in this way and are inherited today.
We hope to commercialize this wonderful Izumo garden to make it easier to build and to have a lot of people enjoy it.