Zen buddhist stone garden at Ryoanji Temple, Kyoto, Japan. Part II of series "Japanese Sacred Monuments" Manually composed from 18 transposed upright sh.
Ryoanji Temple Info, Tips & Review
Ryoanji Temple (龍安寺, Ryōan-ji) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northwest Kyoto, featuring the most famous Zen rock garden in Japan. In this post, I’ll share photos I took at Ryoanji Temple, info & tips for visiting, history of the temple, and thoughts on our experience here. While famed for that rock garden, Ryoanji Temple …
A Zen garden refers to the Japanese tradition of rock gardens, where a few simple and natural elements are combined to create a tra.
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This is the Ryōan-ji tsukubai .The kanji written on the surface of the stone are without significance when read alone. If each is read in combination with 口 , which the central bowl is meant to represent, then the characters become 吾, 唯, 足, 知. This is read as "ware, tada taru shiru" and translates literally as "I only know enough" (吾= I, 唯 = merely, 足 = be sufficient, 知 =know).