Izumo style garden equipment
Feature 1 "tsukubai[washbasin]"
A device in a tea garden designed to cleanse the hands and mouth while at the same time cleanse the mind in order to enter the tearoom. A lord who once ruled the Izumo region was well versed in tea ceremony, and the Izumo-style garden has since come to be used favorably.
Feature 2 "tobiishi[tepping stones]"
Stone installed to make it easier to walk when walking in the garden. It is important that the stepping-stones not only make it easy for people to walk in the garden, but also that they are installed beautifully in the garden. The stepping-stones, which allow one to imagine walking just by looking at the garden, are an important element that creates a story for the garden.
Feature 3 "Keiseki [ornamental stones]"
By arranging well-shaped natural stones and combining them, the image of large mountains or waterfalls can be created. The arrangement of the stones contains a deep meaning that reflects the world of the mind, and each garden is uniquely constructed with a specific intent.
The stone uses natural stone. Place one stone or combine several stones. The stones have the image of large mountains and waterfalls. Each stone arrangement has its own meaning.
Feature 4 "Gravel"
Gravel that is spread out signifies the sea, rivers, clouds, etc. Furthermore, well-maintained gravel is also a major point to provide a sense of healing to the viewers by providing a feeling of calmness.
Gravel means the sea, rivers, clouds, etc. The prepared gravel heals the mind.
Feature 5 "Stone lanterns"
Used for lighting fires. They are used not only to brighten the garden at night, but also contain the wish for safety and security.
(Shishiodoshi) Shishiodoshi is a device in which water is collected in a bamboo tube, and due to the weight of the water, the tube automatically falls, and hits a stone to make a sound. It is installed as a decoration in a Japanese garden, allowing people to enjoy the sound of water and the bamboo tube.
Featuer 6 "shishiodoshi"
Shishiodoshi is a device in which water is collected in a bamboo tube, and due to the weight of the water, the tube automatically falls, and hits a stone to make a sound. It is installed as a decoration in a Japanese garden, allowing people to enjoy the sound of water and the bamboo tube.